Nadia Mohamed becomes the first Somali mayor in St. Louis Park. Results trickle in for Minneapolis and St. Paul City Council races. Here are updates on the 2023 elections in Minnesota.
St. Paul elects school board members Chauntyll Allen, Yusef Carrillo, Carlo Franco, Erica Valliant, in sweep for teachers’ union slate
Voters chose four winners from seven candidates for the Saint Paul Public Schools board: Incumbent Chauntyll Allen, returning board member Yusef Carrillo, plus newcomers Carlo Franco and Erica Valliant.
Minneapolis City Council President Andrea Jenkins wins in close race; many incumbents cruise to victory
Minneapolis Council President Andrea Jenkins wins a tight contest with challenger Soren Stevenson in Ward 8. Katie Cashman wins in Ward 7, Jamal Osman reelected in Ward 6 on ranked choice tabulations.
With all precincts reporting, Roslyn Harmon, a nonprofit leader, led city council member Gillian Rosenquist by 26 votes. Harmon is poised to become Golden Valley’s first Black mayor.
Thirty-eight people are running for Minneapolis City Council. Here’s what they had to say about why they’re running, and where they stand on rideshare, rent control, and more key issues.
Thirty people are running for St. Paul’s seven City Council wards. Here’s what they had to say about why they’re running, and where they stand on rent control, how they’ll advocate for people of color and immigrants, and more.
We interviewed all seven St. Paul school board candidates: Chauntyll Allen, Yusef Carrillo, Zuki Ellis, Carlo Franco, Abdi Omer, Erica Valliant, and Gita Rijal Zeitler. Only four can win. You do the math.
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Voters will choose nonprofit leader Roslyn Harmon or city council member Gillian Rosenquist to be the next mayor of Golden Valley. Both candidates cite their experience and their ability to listen to constituents.
Miranda Pacheco lost her right to vote years ago because of a drug conviction, and voted for the first time in the Duluth primary after it was restored.
Nadia Mohamed was elected to the St. Louis Park City Council in 2019, becoming the council’s first Muslim, Somali, and youngest council member.