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2009 Minneapolis mayoral election

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2009 Minneapolis mayoral election

← 2005 November 3, 2009 (2009-11-03) 2013 →
 
Candidate R. T. Rybak Papa John Kolstad
Party Democratic–Farmer–Labor Independent
Popular vote 33,234 4,953
Percentage 73.60% 10.97%

Mayor before election

R. T. Rybak
Democratic–Farmer–Labor

Elected Mayor

R. T. Rybak
Democratic–Farmer–Labor

Rybak campaigning
Rybak campaigning

The 2009 Minneapolis mayoral election was held on November 3, 2009 to elect the Mayor of Minneapolis for a four-year term. Incumbent R. T. Rybak won re-election for a third term in the first round with 73.6% of the vote.

This was the first mayoral election in the city's history to use 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.

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Contents

Political party endorsements

Party Candidate
Minneapolis DFL[1] R. T. Rybak
Fifth Congressional District Independence Party of Minnesota Papa John Kolstad
Minneapolis City Republican Committee[2] Papa John Kolstad

Results

Minneapolis mayoral election, 2009[3][4][5]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL R. T. Rybak 73.60 33,234
Independent Civic Leader Papa John Kolstad 10.97 4,953
DFL Al Flowers 3.98 1,795
DFL Dick Franson 3.50 1,579
Libertarian Party of Minnesota Christopher Clark 2.96 1,337
Socialist Workers Party Tom Fiske 1.44 650
Is Awesome Joey Lombard 0.98 444
Social Entrepreneurship James R. Everett 0.79 357
New Dignity Party Bill McGaughey 0.51 232
Moderate Progressive Censored Bob Carney, Jr. 0.50 228
Edgertonite National Party John Charles Wilson 0.30 137
N/A Write-in 0.47 211
  • Threshold: 22,579
  • Valid: 45,157
  • Undervotes: 811
  • Turnout: 45,968 (19.64%)
  • Registered: 234,028

See also

References

  1. ^ "2009 Endorsements". Minneapolis DFL. Retrieved October 29, 2013.
  2. ^ "Minneapolis Republican endorsed candidates". Minneapolis City Republican Committee. Retrieved October 29, 2013.
  3. ^ "2009 Minneapolis Municipal Election Results: Mayor". City of Minneapolis. Retrieved October 28, 2013.
  4. ^ "2009 Precinct Statistics with Turnout" (PDF). City of Minneapolis. Retrieved October 28, 2013.
  5. ^ "Results for the City/Township of 43000 - City of Minneapolis". Minnesota Secretary of State. Archived from the original on October 31, 2013. Retrieved October 28, 2013.


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