Election 2022: Voter Guides

Here are side-by-side comparisons of the top candidates running for Minnesota’s most high-ranking political races.

Voter guide: See where candidates for Minnesota governor stand
Incumbent DFL Gov. Tim Walz, Republican Scott Jensen and four other candidates are running for governor of Minnesota in the general election on Nov. 8. Here’s where they stand on abortion, crime, police, the economy and more.
Republican challenger Jim Schultz says crime is the main issue in the race for Minnesota attorney general. DFL incumbent Keith Ellison disagrees, citing abortion rights and gun control.
Voter Guide: See Minnesota secretary of state candidates' stances on elections
The current Minnesota secretary of state is Steve Simon, a Democrat was elected to the office in 2014 and before that served in the Minnesota House of Representatives. His challenger is Kim Crockett, a Republican and attorney who has never held public office.
Voter guide: See Minnesota auditor candidates' stances on key issues
The under-the-radar campaign for state auditor is between DFL incumbent Julie Blaha and GOP challenger Ryan Wilson of Maple Grove. An early September poll found that the two are in a tight race with Blaha leading by one point.
Voter guide: See 1st District candidates' stances on abortion, inflation, more
Voters in Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District may feel some “Groundhog Day” vibes on Nov. 8; three of the candidates from the summer’s special election are on the ballot again for the general election race in a redrawn district.
Voter guide: See 2nd District candidates' stances on guns, abortion, more
The southern Twin Cities suburbs and points beyond are currently represented in Congress by U.S. Rep. Angie Craig, a Democrat. She is being challenged by Republican candidate Tyler Kistner, who she beat once before in 2020.
Voter guide: See 3rd District candidates' stances on abortion, crime, more
In the 3rd Congressional District, U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips, a Democrat who was first elected in 2018 and again in 2020, is facing Tom Weiler, a Republican newcomer and U.S. Navy veteran.
Voter guide: See 4th District candidates' stances on education, immigration, more
In Minnesota’s 4th Congressional District, Rep. Betty McCollum, a Democrat, is running against Republican newcomer May Lor Xiong. McCollum has served in the U.S. House since 2001.