With Election Day just one week away, the six leading candidates for Minneapolis Mayor took to the stage Tuesday night in a rather friendly debate that heavily revolved around crime, a street car system, and even the means of which they get voted in on Tuesday – ranked-choice voting.
On Tuesday next week — Election Day — voters in Minneapolis will head to the polls to choose a new mayor and a new city council. But the process of counting the votes and declaring a winner in the mayor’s race is likely to be a lot more complicated than in years past — that’s because of the huge number of candidates and ranked-choice voting.
Jeanne Massey of FAIRVOTEmn joins Dave.
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Some of the Good Questions you send in deal with big issues. Others, we answer on Friday nights. So, WCCO-TV’s Jason DeRusha hits Reply All to a good question about science and another about government.
Now it’s the Minneapolis City Council’s turn to debate and vote on the Vikings Stadium proposal.
Mayor RT Rybak, along with community leaders, will announce a workforce agreement Monday to help create jobs at a new Vikings stadium.
The mayors of Minnesota’s two largest cities say they support President Obama’s job’s plan and it’s time to get to work.
Recent numbers show violent crime is down in Minneapolis.
Mayor R.T. Rybak says many of the people showing up at the disaster recovery center are without power and are in need of food and water.