Minnesota and Wisconsin see uptick in voter turnout, signaling an energized electorate

After another installment of primary election drama, one of the most pivotal factors shaping the midterm elections re-emerged as a central theme Tuesday night.

Voters in Minnesota and Wisconsin — two key Midwestern targets for Democrats this cycle — turned out in record numbers for the primaries, reaching levels not seen in at least two decades. In Vermont, state officials saw an uptick in voter participation, which delivered resounding victories for Democratic nominee Christine Hallquist, the first transgender nominee for governor in the country, and incumbent Republican Gov. Phil Scott.

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