Primary early voting in Minneapolis breaks record

Courtesy: City of Minneapolis

It's been a historic turnout so far in Minneapolis with nearly 15,000 ballots turned in for primary early voting. It's the most absentee ballots ever received for a single primary in Minneapolis.

According to City of Minneapolis officials, Minneapolis received 14,990 absentee ballots, which is nearly as much as the combined total of all the absentee ballots turned in from 1994 to 2014.

Early balloting ended at 3 p.m. Tuesday.

The polls for primary voting close at 8 p.m.