A total of 30,929 Eden Prairie residents voted in the Tuesday, Nov. 8, election.
That, according to Eden Prairie City Clerk Nicole Tingley, amounted to 72% percent of the total number of registered voters (42,953) in the city.
In 2018, the last midterm election, 33,086 Eden Prairie residents voted. That amounted to 79% of the total number of registered voters (41,794) in the city.
According to unofficial election results from Tuesday’s election on the Secretary of State’s website, Democratic statewide candidates fared well in Eden Prairie.
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, Attorney General Keith Ellison, and Secretary of State Steve Simon — who were all reelected — garnered more votes than their Republican challengers in each of the city’s 20 precincts.
In his successful reelection bid, U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips also had more votes than his Republican challenger Tom Weiler in each of the city’s 20 precincts.
For more on local races, see our Election 22 coverage.
Here are photos that didn’t make our initial election coverage.
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