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Want to follow the ongoing Minneapolis mayoral count? Check out these options

Political junkie with the time — and the patience — can keep track of the laborious process at two sites.

Watching the vote count at Minneapolis City Hall on monitors in the Rotunda on Wednesday.
MinnPost photo by Terry Gydesen

Want to follow along with the counting of second- and third-choice votes in the Minneapolis mayor’s race?

If you’re a political junkie with the time — and the patience — you have a couple of options for following the laborious process:

• The Uptake is live-streaming the count here.

• And the city is keeping track here. (In round 2, for example, they first allocated the second-place votes of those  whose first-place vote went to a write-in.  Betsy Hodges gained 21 votes, and Mark Andrew gained 16.)