Ranked-choice voting has prompted few candidates attacks. And there are more debates and forums, fewer lawn signs — and extensive use of social media.
Former Gov. Arne Carlson and Minneapolis mayoral candidates Jackie Cherryhomes and Dan Cohen call for quick action to find money to end the lockout.
“It’s by getting City Hall out of the way of the private sector that we can achieve out worthy goals of more jobs and affordable housing,” he said.
A City Council committee unanimously chose the $393 million streetcar project over the much-cheaper alternative — enhanced bus service.
Four years ago, it took three weeks to count the votes. This time, we should know the new mayor sometime on that Wednesday and all other results by Friday.
Anyone who thought City Council Member Diane Hofstede was going to roll over and play dead after Jacob Frey won DFL endorsement was wrong.
State law requires at least four judges, but the city plans to have seven at each of its 117 precincts.
Months ago, I gave myself the gift of sleepless nights when I signed up to try some of the training drills usually reserved for new Minneapolis firefighters.
Cam Winton argues Mark Andrew is too close to unions. Andrew’s campaign says he can unite labor and small business.
High-profile candidates are upbeat about their chances in the remaining weeks — even those lagging in fundraising.
The discussion offered a glimpse at how eight of the city’s 35 mayoral candidates differ on the topic.
Seven of the 35 mayoral candidates participated in a forum sponsored by the Salvation Army.
The community gardeners on Saturday are celebrating the evolution of the 4-acre plot’s World War II roots.
With either tunnel option, freight trains would remain in the corridor — a deal-breaker for council members.
In 2009, the last time the city elected a mayor via ranked-choice voting, there were 11 candidates.