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Following Re-Election, Mayor Frey Expresses Confidence About Working With New Minneapolis City Council On Public SafetyFrey says his public safety approach includes hiring community-oriented officers, investing more in programs and services beyond policing, and integrating all public safety work, including police and social and mental health services. But he declined to say that would be under one department.
Minneapolis City Council Races: Unofficial Winners Declared In All WardsUnofficial winners have been declared for all 13 of Minneapolis' City Council seats.
Minneapolis Election: Jacob Frey Re-Elected As MayorIncumbent Jacob Frey has been re-elected as mayor of Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Election: City Clerk Reports High Voter Turnout As Tabulation Resumes WednesdayThe next round of ballot tabulation for Minneapolis' ranked-choice elections resumed Wednesday morning with many races still undecided, including the mayor’s race.
Melvin Carter Projected To Win St. Paul Mayoral RaceIncumbent St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter is projected to hold his position for another four years after earning about 62% of the first-choice votes.
Minneapolis Election: Voters Reject Question To Replace Police With New AgencyMinneapolis residents on Tuesday voted against a proposed amendment that would have removed the city’s police department from the city charter and replaced it with a Department of Public Safety.
Minneapolis Election: Proposed Amendment Creating Pathway For Rent Control PassesA proposed amendment giving the Minneapolis City Council the authority to enact rent control by ordinance has passed.
St. Paul Election: Residents Vote 'Yes' On Rent ControlSt. Paul residents voted Tuesday to pass a rent control policy that will be one of the most stringent in the nation.
Minneapolis Election: Proposed 'Strong Mayor' Amendment PassesWith all 136 precincts reporting, 52% of voters supported the question "Shall the Minneapolis City Charter be amended to adopt a change in its form of government to an Executive Mayor-Legislative Council Structure?" That compares to 48% rejecting it.
'Tonight Should Send A Message': Reactions After Minneapolis Ballot Question On Policing FailsThe vote means the Department of Public Safety will not be created to replace the Minneapolis Police Department, the department which will still be required by the city charter. The reactions came down swiftly upon the rejection of the question, mostly from Republicans holding office.
Minnesota Police Chiefs Concerned Over Outcome Of Minneapolis Ballot QuestionAll eyes are on Minneapolis and Question 2 on the ballot. It’s top of mind for the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association annual meeting in St. Cloud on Election Day. They too are waiting to see what voters decide.
Minneapolis Voters Feel 'Burden' Voting On Future Of PolicingThe policing question passing would serve as a model for other progressive cities and be a big talking point for Republicans. If it doesn't pass, it would be a major blow in one of the most liberal and progressive cities in the country.
Minneapolis Voters Feel 'A Bigger Burden' On Election Day 2021An amendment concerning the future of policing in Minneapolis is garnering national attention, and voters say it's adding pressure.
Election Day: Polls Open With Important Races, Issues On Ballots In Twin CitiesIt's Election Day, and polls are officially open. Voters will make major ballot decisions in the Twin Cities.
Minneapolis Residents Vote Early In Record Numbers, With Many Citing Interest In Public Safety Ballot QuestionEarly voting is up 75% in Hennepin County and an astounding 143% in Minneapolis compared to the last city election year in 2017. Lines have been long at the Minneapolis early voting center. Also, a strong turnout is still expected on Election Day.
Early Voting At Record Levels As Minneapolis Residents Will Decide The Future Of PolicingThis week's election in Minneapolis is already one for the history books. Early voting is at record levels, and many residents say they were drawn to vote over the future of the Minneapolis Police Department.
Plan To Replace Minneapolis PD Worries Many Black ResidentsThe plan, which would drop a requirement that the city have a minimum number of police officers, has aroused concern in some of the city's most dangerous neighborhoods, where many Black residents fear it would make them more vulnerable just as violent crime is spiking.
'Strong Mayor' Question In Minneapolis Would Give More Power To Mayor, Less To City CouncilA proposal before Minneapolis voters would shake-up the city’s structure of government by shifting more authority to the mayor’s office and reducing the power of the city council.