Lunde Named New Brooklyn Park Mayor

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. (WCCO) — Brooklyn Park has a new mayor. Jeffrey Lunde received more than 31 percent of the vote, in a 12-person race.

Lunde is a former city council member.

His nearest challenger, Tony Pistilli, got 17 percent of the vote.

All numbers are unofficial results and voter turnout was approximately 23 percent.

Brooklyn Park held its special election on Saturday, instead of the usual Tuesday, in hopes to rally more voters on the weekend.

Former Mayor Steve Lampi died from cancer last February, just two months after starting his third term.

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  1. Tball says:

    actually the population of Brooklyn Park consists of 50.9% of people who are white, and 24% of the people there are black or african. If you are interested in the other ethnicities in Brooklyn Park, i have provided you with a link:

    http://www.brooklynpark.org/sitepages/pid95.php

    cheers.

  2. Mike says:

    Tom-We all get it, your narrow minded and you hate people of color. Find something positive to do with yourself instead of constantly showing up and race baiting every issue.

  3. Joe Yao MISSITE says:

    Thank you for hard work for us in the City of Brooklyn Park.I’m proud because you are my Mayor

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