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2013 Minneapolis City Council election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minneapolis City Council elections, 2013

← 2009 November 5, 2013 (2013-11-05) 2017 →

All 13 seats on the Minneapolis City Council
7 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
Gary Schiff 2009 Ward 9 Candidate Forum.png
Cam Gordon 2009 (cropped).png
Leader Gary Schiff
(retiring)
Cam Gordon
Party Democratic–Farmer–Labor Green
Leader's seat Ward 9 Ward 2
Last election 12 seats, 69.57% 1 seat, 9.76%
Seats won 12 1
Seat change Steady Steady
Popular vote 59,814 5,553
Percentage 79.31% 7.36%
Swing Increase9.74 pp Decrease2.40 pp

Minneapolis City Council 2013.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 2013 Minneapolis City Council elections were held on November 5, 2013 to elect the 13 members of the Minneapolis City Council for four-year terms. 10 races produced a winner in the first round and the remaining three in the second round. Candidates affiliated with the Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party (DFL) won all 12 of the seats where they had fielded a candidate, and the Green Party of Minnesota won the remaining 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 officially nonpartisan, although candidates were able to identify with a political party on the ballot.

Candidates

Names of incumbents are italicized.[1]
Ward Candidate Political party/principle Political party endorsement(s)
1 Vincent Coffeen[2] Minnesota Pirate Party Minnesota Pirate Party[3]
Mark Fox[4] Independent
Kevin Reich[5] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
2 Cam Gordon[7] Green Party of Minnesota Fifth District Green Party[8]
Diana Newberry[9] Socialist Workers Party
3 Jacob Frey[10] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
Kristina Gronquist[11] Green Party of Minnesota Fifth District Green Party[8]
Diane Hofstede[12] DFL
Michael Katch[13] Libertarian Libertarian Party of Minnesota[14]
Minnesota Pirate Party[3]
Minneapolis City Republican Committee[15][nb 1]
4 Kris Brogan[16] DFL
Barb Johnson[17] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
Dan Niesen[18] Republican Party of Minnesota
5 Ian Alexander[19] DFL
Brett Buckner[20] DFL
Kale Severson[21] Green Party of Minnesota Fifth District Green Party[8]
Blong Yang[22] DFL Fifth Congressional District Independence Party of Minnesota[23]
6 Abukar Abdi[24] DFL
Sheikh Abdul[25] DFL
Abdi Addow[26] DFL
Mahamed Cali[27] DFL
Robert Lilligren[28] DFL
Abdi Warsame[29] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
7 Lisa Goodman[30] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
8 Elizabeth Glidden[31] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
9 Abdi Abdulle[32] DFL
Alondra Cano[33] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
Charles Curtis[34] Politics with Principle
Pat Fleetham[35] DFL
Gregory McDonald[36] DFL
Ty Moore[37] Socialist Alternative Fifth District Green Party[8]
10 Lisa Bender[38] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
Scott Hargarten[39] Minnesota Pirate Party Minnesota Pirate Party[3]
Meg Tuthill[40] DFL
11 Bob Schlosser[41] Non-Party Affiliate
Matt Steele[42] Independent Fifth Congressional District Independence Party of Minnesota[23]
John Quincy[43] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
12 Charlie Casserly[44] Independent
Dick Franson[45] DFL
Ben Gisselman[46] DFL
Andrew Johnson[47] DFL
Chris Lautenschlager[48] Green Party of Minnesota Fifth District Green Party[8]
13 Missy Durant[49] DFL
Linea Palmisano[50] DFL Minneapolis DFL[6]
Matt Perry[51] DFL
David Regan[52] Libertarian Party of Minnesota
Bob Reuer[53] Independent Minneapolis City Republican Committee[15][nb 1]

Dropped out

Ward Candidate Political party/principle Political party endorsement(s)
10 Nate Griggs[54] Independence Party of Minnesota Fifth Congressional District Independence Party of Minnesota[23]

Griggs announced on October 20, 2013 that he had accepted a job offer and would no longer be running.[55]

Results

Summary

Summary of the November 5, 2013 Minneapolis City Council elections results
Party Candidates 1st Choice Votes Seats
# % pp # ∆# %
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party 29 59,814 79.31 Increase9.74 12 Steady 92.31
Green Party of Minnesota 4 5,553 7.36 Decrease2.40 1 Steady 7.69
Socialist Alternative 1 1,569 2.08 Increase2.08 0 Steady
Socialist Workers Party 1 524 0.69 Increase0.69 0 Steady
Republican Party of Minnesota 1 501 0.66 Decrease1.84 0 Steady
Minnesota Pirate Party 2 342 0.45 Increase0.45 0 Steady
Independence Party of Minnesota 1 226 0.30 Decrease0.94 0 Steady
Libertarian Party of Minnesota 1 199 0.26 Increase0.17 0 Steady
Independent 7 6,057 8.03 Decrease8.21 0 Steady
Write-in N/A 637 0.84 Increase0.53 0 Steady
Total 75,422 100.00 13 ±0 100.00
Valid votes 75,422 94.16 Decrease3.30
Undervotes 4,649 5.80 Negative increase3.26
Overvotes 30 0.04 N/A
Turnout[56] 80,101 33.38 Increase13.74
Registered voters[56] 239,985

Ward 1

Minneapolis City Council Ward 1 election, 2013[57]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Kevin Reich 76.08 4,268
Independent Mark Fox 19.06 1,069
Minnesota Pirate Party Vincent Coffeen 4.39 246
N/A Write-ins 0.48 27
Maximum possible threshold 2,972
Valid votes 5,610
Undervotes 331
Overvotes 1
Turnout 30.93% 5,942
Registered voters[56] 19,209

Ward 2

Minneapolis City Council Ward 2 election, 2013[58]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
Green Party of Minnesota Cam Gordon 87.14 4,060
Socialist Workers Party Diana Newberry 11.25 524
N/A Write-ins 1.61 75
Maximum possible threshold 2,579
Valid votes 4,659
Undervotes 497
Turnout 27.56% 5,156
Registered voters[56] 18,705

Ward 3

Minneapolis City Council Ward 3 election, 2013[59]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Jacob Frey 61.31 3,722
DFL Diane Hofstede 26.59 1,614
Libertarian Michael Katch 5.98 363
Green Party of Minnesota Kristina Gronquist 5.88 357
N/A Write-ins 0.25 15
Maximum possible threshold 3,104
Valid votes 6,071
Undervotes 132
Overvotes 3
Turnout 30.99% 6,206
Registered voters[56] 20,027

Ward 4

Minneapolis City Council Ward 4 election, 2013[60]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Barb Johnson 56.60 2,153
DFL Kris Brogan 29.92 1,138
Republican Party of Minnesota Dan Niesen 13.17 501
N/A Write-ins 0.32 12
Maximum possible threshold 1,971
Valid votes 3,804
Undervotes 134
Overvotes 2
Turnout 23.06% 3,940
Registered voters[56] 17,086

Ward 5

Minneapolis City Council Ward 5 election, 2013[61]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1 Round 2 % Final
DFL Blong Yang 42.15 1,475 1,842 52.64
DFL Ian Alexander 29.95 1,048 1,394 39.84
DFL Brett Buckner 21.32 746
Green Party of Minnesota Kale Severson 6.29 220
N/A Write-ins 0.29 10
Exhausted ballots 263 7.52
Threshold 1,750
Valid votes 3,499
Undervotes 123
Turnout 23.54% 3,622
Registered voters[56] 15,388

Ward 6

Minneapolis City Council Ward 6 election, 2013[62]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Abdi Warsame 63.92 3,090
DFL Robert Lilligren 32.21 1,557
DFL Abdi Addow 1.80 87
DFL Sheikh Abdul 0.81 39
DFL Mahamed Cali 0.52 25
DFL Abukar Abdi 0.41 20
N/A Write-ins 0.33 16
Maximum possible threshold 2,526
Valid votes 4,834
Undervotes 205
Overvotes 12
Turnout 33.62% 5,051
Registered voters[56] 15,023

Ward 7

Minneapolis City Council Ward 7 election, 2013[63]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Lisa Goodman 94.89 5,309
N/A Write-ins 5.11 286
Maximum possible threshold 3,298
Valid votes 5,595
Undervotes 994
Overvotes 5
Turnout 33.56% 6,594
Registered voters[56] 19,651

Ward 8

Minneapolis City Council Ward 8 election, 2013[64]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Elizabeth Glidden 97.74 5,105
N/A Write-ins 2.26 118
Maximum possible threshold 3,032
Valid votes 5,223
Undervotes 839
Overvotes 1
Turnout 35.00% 6,063
Registered voters[56] 17,322

Ward 9

Minneapolis City Council Ward 9 election, 2013[65]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1 Round 2 % Final
DFL Alondra Cano 40.63 1,698 1,987 47.55
Socialist Alternative Ty Moore 37.54 1,569 1,758 42.07
Politics with Principle Charles Curtis 8.09 338
DFL Abdi Abdulle 6.84 286
DFL Pat Fleetham 3.66 153
DFL Gregory McDonald 2.80 117
N/A Write-ins 0.43 18
Exhausted ballots 434 10.39
Threshold 2,090
Valid votes 4,179
Undervotes 131
Turnout 34.05% 4,310
Registered voters[56] 12,658

Ward 10

Minneapolis City Council Ward 10 election, 2013[66]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Lisa Bender 64.21 3,704
DFL Meg Tuthill 30.02 1,732
Independence Party of Minnesota Nate Griggs 3.92 226
Minnesota Pirate Party Scott Hargarten 1.66 96
N/A Write-ins 0.19 11
Maximum possible threshold 2,967
Valid votes 5,769
Undervotes 160
Overvotes 4
Turnout 30.49% 5,933
Registered voters[56] 19,456

Ward 11

Minneapolis City Council Ward 11 election, 2013[67]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL John Quincy 67.48 4,952
Independent Matt Steele 27.97 2,053
Non-Party Affiliate Bob Schlosser 4.48 329
N/A Write-ins 0.07 5
Maximum possible threshold 3,901
Valid votes 7,339
Undervotes 460
Overvotes 1
Turnout 38.81% 7,800
Registered voters[56] 20,100

Ward 12

Minneapolis City Council Ward 12 election, 2013[68]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1
DFL Andrew Johnson 54.33 4,553
DFL Ben Gisselman 17.04 1,428
Independent Charlie Casserly 13.79 1,156
Green Party of Minnesota Chris Lautenschlager 10.93 916
DFL Dick Franson 3.51 294
N/A Write-ins 0.41 34
Maximum possible threshold 4,372
Valid votes 8,381
Undervotes 360
Overvotes 1
Turnout 39.54% 8,742
Registered voters[56] 22,108

Ward 13

Minneapolis City Council Ward 13 election, 2013[69]
Political party/principle Candidate % 1st Choice Round 1 Round 2 % Final
DFL Linea Palmisano 42.57 4,452 5,059 48.37
DFL Matt Perry 38.85 4,063 4,705 44.99
DFL Missy Durant 9.43 986
Independent Bob Reuer 7.16 749
Libertarian Party of Minnesota David Regan 1.90 199
N/A Write-ins 0.10 10
Exhausted ballots 695 6.64
Threshold 5,230
Valid votes 10,459
Undervotes 283
Turnout 46.20% 10,742
Registered voters[56] 23,252

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b A "recommendation." Not an official endorsement.

References

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