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2009 Minneapolis City Council election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minneapolis City Council elections, 2009

← 2005 November 3, 2009 (2009-11-03) 2013 →

All 13 seats on the Minneapolis City Council
7 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
A man in a red T-shirt and glasses smiles while outdoors on a sunny day.
Cam Gordon 2009 (cropped).png
Leader Scott Benson
(retiring)
Cam Gordon
Party Democratic–Farmer–Labor Green
Leader's seat Ward 11
(did not run for re-election)
Ward 2
Last election 12 seats 1 seat
Seats won 12 1
Seat change Steady Steady
Popular vote 31,167 4,371
Percentage 69.57% 9.76%

Minneapolis City Council election, 2009 results by ward.svg
Results by ward. The map shows the winning candidate's party affiliations, even though members officially run as nonpartisans. A white asterisk (*) means the result for that ward was decided in a runoff vote.

President before election

Barb Johnson
Democratic–Farmer–Labor

Elected President

Barb Johnson
Democratic–Farmer–Labor

The 2009 Minneapolis City Council elections were held on November 3, 2009 to elect the 13 members of the Minneapolis City Council for four-year terms. Candidates affiliated with the Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party (DFL) won 12 seats and the Green Party of Minnesota one seat.

Members were elected from single-member districts via instant-runoff voting, popularly known as ranked choice voting. Voters had the option of ranking up to three candidates. Municipal elections in Minnesota are nonpartisan, although candidates were able to identify with a political party on the ballot.

Political party endorsements

Ward Minneapolis DFL[1] Fifth District Green Party[2] Fifth Congressional District Independence Party of Minnesota Libertarian Party of Minnesota[3] Minneapolis City Republican Committee[4]
Ward 1 Kevin Reich Thomas Alessi
Ward 2 Cam Gordon Allen Aigbogun Allen Aigbogun
Ward 3 Diane Hofstede Jeffrey Cobia
Ward 4 Barb Johnson Marcus Harcus Grant Cermak Grant Cermak
Ward 5 Don Samuels Roger Smithrud
Ward 6 Robert Lilligren Andy Exley Mike Tupper Mike Tupper
Ward 7 Lisa Goodman Michael Katch Michael Katch Michael Katch
Ward 8 Elizabeth Glidden Jeanine Estime Greg McDonald
Ward 9 Gary Schiff Dave Bicking Todd Eberhardy Todd Eberhardy
Ward 10 Meg Tuthill Dan Alvin Kim Vlaisavljevich
Ward 11 John Quincy
Ward 12 Sandy Colvin Roy Rick Nyhlen Rick Nyhlen
Ward 13 Betsy Hodges Kris Broberg Kris Broberg

Results

Summary

Summary of the November 3, 2009 Minneapolis City Council elections results
Party Candidates 1st Choice Votes Seats
# % # ∆# %
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party 24 31,167 69.57 12 Steady 92.31
Green Party of Minnesota 7 4,371 9.76 1 Steady 7.69
Republican Party of Minnesota 3 1,120 2.50 0 Steady
Independence Party of Minnesota 2 557 1.24 0 Steady
Socialist Action 1 130 0.29 0 Steady
Libertarian Party of Minnesota 1 39 0.09 0 Steady
Independent 16 7,275 16.24 0 Steady
Write-in N/A 141 0.31 0 Steady
Total 44,800 100.00 13 ±0 100.00
Valid votes 44,800 97.46
Undervotes 1,168 2.54
Turnout 45,968 19.64
Registered voters[5] 234,028

Ward 1

Minneapolis City Council Ward 1 election, 2009[6][7]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Kevin Reich 50.31 1,997
Independent Larry Ranallo 23.71 941
DFL Susan Howitz Hanna 13.48 535
Ron Paul Conservative Thomas Alessi 8.57 340
Equity Advocacy Responsibility Mark Fox 3.85 153
N/A Write-in 0.08 3
  • Threshold: 1,985
  • Valid: 3,969
  • Undervotes: 47
  • Turnout: 4,016 (22.69%)
  • Registered: 17,697

Ward 2

Minneapolis City Council Ward 2 election, 2009[8][9]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
Green Party of Minnesota Cam Gordon 84.05 2,260
Independent Allen A. Aigbogun 15.17 408
N/A Write-in 0.77 21
  • Threshold: 1,345
  • Valid: 2,689
  • Undervotes: 153
  • Turnout: 2,842 (14.21%)
  • Registered: 20,005

Ward 3

Minneapolis City Council Ward 3 election, 2009[10][11]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Diane Hofstede 65.93 1,465
DFL Allen Kathir 15.66 348
Republican Party of Minnesota Jeffrey Cobia 10.89 242
Civil Disobedience Melissa Hill 5.09 113
Libertarian Party of Minnesota Raymond Wilson Rolfe 1.76 39
N/A Write-in 0.68 15
  • Threshold: 1,112
  • Valid: 2,222
  • Undervotes: 35
  • Turnout: 2,257 (14.13%)
  • Registered: 15,969

Ward 4

Minneapolis City Council Ward 4 election, 2009[12][13]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1 Round 2
DFL Barbara A. "Barb" Johnson 46.86 1,546 1,740
DFL Troy Parker 27.92 921 1,252
Green Party of Minnesota Marcus Harcus 13.40 442
Independent Grant Cermak 11.70 386
N/A Write-in 0.12 4
Exhausted ballots 307
  • Threshold: 1,650
  • Valid: 3,299
  • Undervotes: 23
  • Turnout: 3,322 (21.44%)
  • Registered: 15,491

Ward 5

Minneapolis City Council Ward 5 election, 2009[14][15]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1 Round 2
DFL Don Samuels 47.00 1,020 1,131
DFL Natalie Johnson Lee 30.05 652 893
DFL Kenya McKnight 15.48 336
Independent Roger Smithrud 4.29 93
DFL Lennie Chism 2.81 61
N/A Write-in 0.37 8
Exhausted ballots 146
  • Threshold: 1,086
  • Valid: 2,170
  • Undervotes: 30
  • Turnout: 2,200 (17.05%)
  • Registered: 12,900

Ward 6

Minneapolis City Council Ward 6 election, 2009[16][17]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Robert Lilligren 52.85 1,020
Independent Michael Tupper 15.13 292
Progressive Democrat Laura Jean 11.97 231
Green Party of Minnesota Andy Exley 8.55 165
Green Party of Minnesota M Cali 8.19 158
Green Party of Minnesota Bruce A. Lundeen 3.11 60
N/A Write-in 0.21 4
  • Threshold: 966
  • Valid: 1,930
  • Undervotes: 52
  • Turnout: 1,982 (13.52%)
  • Registered: 14,655

Ward 7

Minneapolis City Council Ward 7 election, 2009[18][19]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Lisa Goodman 68.24 2,997
Independent Michael J Katch 23.72 1,042
Independent Jeffrey Alan Wagner 7.31 321
N/A Write-in 0.73 32
  • Threshold: 2,197
  • Valid: 4,392
  • Undervotes: 140
  • Turnout: 4,532 (19.17%)
  • Registered: 23,639

Ward 8

Minneapolis City Council Ward 8 election, 2009[20][21]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Elizabeth Glidden 74.00 2,291
Green Party of Minnesota Jeanine Estime 15.18 470
Republican Party of Minnesota David Regan 5.62 174
Independent Gregory McDonald 3.71 115
Open Progressive Michael J. Cavlan 1.39 43
N/A Write-in 0.10 3
  • Threshold: 1,549
  • Valid: 3,096
  • Undervotes: 143
  • Turnout: 3,239 (19.51%)
  • Registered: 16,601

Ward 9

Minneapolis City Council Ward 9 election, 2009[22][23]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Gary Schiff 60.70 1,818
Green Party of Minnesota Dave Bicking 27.25 816
Independence Party of Minnesota Todd J. Eberhardy 9.02 270
DFL Khalif Jama 2.77 83
N/A Write-in 0.27 8
  • Threshold: 1,498
  • Valid: 2,995
  • Undervotes: 40
  • Turnout: 3,035 (21.45%)
  • Registered: 14,149

Ward 10

Minneapolis City Council Ward 10 election, 2009[24][25]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Meg Tuthill 72.24 2,405
Independent Kim Vlaisavljevich 10.18 339
DFL Matthew Dowgwillo 8.77 292
Independence Party of Minnesota Dan Alvin 8.62 287
N/A Write-in 0.18 6
  • Threshold: 1,665
  • Valid: 3,329
  • Undervotes: 102
  • Turnout: 3,431 (17.74%)
  • Registered: 19,343

Ward 11

Minneapolis City Council Ward 11 election, 2009[26][27]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL John Quincy 63.62 2,551
DFL Gregg A Iverson 18.30 734
Republican Party of Minnesota David A Alvarado 17.56 704
N/A Write-in 0.52 21
  • Threshold: 2,006
  • Valid: 4,010
  • Undervotes: 225
  • Turnout: 4,235 (21.20%)
  • Registered: 19,973

Ward 12

Minneapolis City Council Ward 12 election, 2009[28][29]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Sandy Colvin Roy 64.33 3,035
Independent Rick L. Nyhlen 18.65 880
DFL Charley Underwood 14.05 663
Socialist Action Brent Perry 2.76 130
N/A Write-in 0.21 10
  • Threshold: 2,360
  • Valid: 4,718
  • Undervotes: 100
  • Turnout: 4,818 (23.19%)
  • Registered: 20,779

Ward 13

Minneapolis City Council Ward 13 election, 2009[30][31]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Betsy Hodges 69.24 4,141
Independent Kris Broberg 26.38 1,578
DFL Joseph Henry 4.28 256
N/A Write-in 0.10 6
  • Threshold: 2,991
  • Valid: 5,981
  • Undervotes: 78
  • Turnout: 6,059 (26.54%)
  • Registered: 22,827

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Previous Candidates". Fifth District Green Party. Retrieved October 29, 2013.
  3. ^ "LPMN endorses Katch, O'Connor in November 3 municipal elections". Libertarian Party of Minnesota. Retrieved October 29, 2013.
  4. ^ "Minneapolis Republican endorsed candidates". Minneapolis City Republican Committee. Retrieved October 29, 2013.
  5. ^ "2009 Precinct Statistics with Turnout" (PDF). City of Minneapolis. Retrieved October 28, 2013.
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