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2017 Minneapolis City Council election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minneapolis City Council election, 2017

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All 13 seats on the Minneapolis City Council
7 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
Barb Johnson, Minneapolis City Council President (23462025700) (cropped).jpg
Cam Gordon 2009 (cropped).png
Leader Barb Johnson
(defeated)
Cam Gordon
Party Democratic–Farmer–Labor Green
Leader's seat Ward 4 Ward 2
Last election 12 seats, 79.31% 1 seat, 7.36%
Seats won 12 1
Seat change Steady Steady
Popular vote 84,203 7,926
Percentage 82.69% 7.78%
Swing Increase3.38 pp Increase0.42 pp

Minneapolis City Council 2017.svg

President before election

Barb Johnson
Democratic–Farmer–Labor

Elected President

Lisa Bender
Democratic–Farmer–Labor

The 2017 Minneapolis City Council election was held on November 7, 2017, to elect the members of the Minneapolis City Council. The political composition remained unchanged, with the Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party (DFL) retaining 12 seats and the Green Party of Minnesota one seat. Three DFL incumbents were defeated by intraparty opponents. The new City Council convened on January 8, 2018.

Retiring members

DFL

Electoral system

The 13 members of the City Council were elected from single-member districts via instant-runoff voting, commonly known as ranked choice voting, for four-year terms. Voters had the option of ranking up to three candidates in order of preference. Municipal elections in Minnesota are officially nonpartisan, although candidates were able to identify with a political party on the ballot. Write-in candidates must have filed a request with the Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services Division for votes for them to be counted.

Candidates

Ward Incumbent Candidates
Name Party First elected Name Party Party endorsement
1 Kevin Reich DFL 2009 John Hayden[3] Independent
Jillia Pessenda[4] DFL
Kevin Reich[4] DFL
2 Cam Gordon Green 2005 Cam Gordon[5] Green Fifth District Green Party[6]
3 Jacob Frey[nb 1] DFL 2013 Tim Bildsoe[7] DFL
Steve Fletcher[8] DFL Minneapolis DFL[9]
Ginger Jentzen[10] Socialist Alternative Socialist Alternative[11]
Samantha Pree-Stinson[8] Green Fifth District Green Party[6]
4 Barb Johnson DFL 1997 Phillipe Cunningham[12] DFL
Stephanie Gasca[13] DFL
Dana Hansen[14] Libertarian Libertarian Party of Minnesota[15]
Barb Johnson[16] DFL
5 Blong Yang DFL 2013 Jeremiah Ellison[17] DFL Minneapolis DFL[18]
Cathy Spann[17] DFL
Raeisha Williams[17] DFL
Blong Yang[17] DFL
6 Abdi Warsame DFL 2013 Mohamud Noor[19] DFL
Abdi Warsame[19] DFL Minneapolis DFL[20]
Fadumo Yusuf[21] Republican Minneapolis City Republican Committee[22]
7 Lisa Goodman DFL 1997 Janne Flisrand[23] DFL
Lisa Goodman[24] DFL
Joe Kovacs[21] Republican Minneapolis City Republican Committee[22]
Teqen Zéa-Aida[25] DFL
8 Elizabeth Glidden[nb 1] DFL 2005 David Holsinger[26] Libertarian Libertarian Party of Minnesota[15]
Andrea Jenkins[27] DFL Minneapolis DFL[28]
April Kane[26] DFL
Terry White[5] Green Fifth District Green Party[6]
9 Alondra Cano DFL 2013 Alondra Cano[29] DFL Minneapolis DFL[30]
Mohamed Farah[29] DFL
Ronald Peterson[31] Republican
Gary Schiff[32] DFL
10 Lisa Bender DFL 2013 Lisa Bender[33] DFL Minneapolis DFL[34]
Bruce Lundeen[35] Republican Minneapolis City Republican Committee[22]
Saralyn Romanishan[36] DFL
David Schorn[37] DFL
11 John Quincy DFL 2009 Erica Mauter[38] DFL
John Quincy[39] DFL
Jeremy Schroeder[39] DFL
12 Andrew Johnson DFL 2013 Harrison Bullard[40] Independent[nb 2]
Will Jaeger[41] Independent
Andrew Johnson[42] DFL Minneapolis DFL[42]
13 Linea Palmisano DFL 2013 Linea Palmisano[43] DFL Minneapolis DFL[28]
Bob Reuer[44] Independent

Results

There were clear winners in several wards on election night. Green Council Member Cam Gordon (Ward 2), who did not have an opponent, won re-election. Other council members who won on election night include DFLers Lisa Goodman (Ward 7), Lisa Bender (Ward 10), Andrew Johnson (Ward 12), and Linea Palmisano (Ward 13). Ward 8 DFL candidate Andrea Jenkins also won, replacing retiring DFL Council Member Elizabeth Glidden. Wards which did not have a clear winner underwent several rounds of vote transfers on November 8.[45]

Three incumbents lost re-election. DFL Council President Barb Johnson (Ward 4) lost to DFL candidate Phillipe Cunningham, DFL Council Member Blong Yang (Ward 5) to DFL candidate Jeremiah Ellison, and DFL Council Member John Quincy (Ward 11) to DFL candidate Jeremy Schroeder. DFL Council Members Kevin Reich (Ward 1), Abdi Warsame (Ward 6), and Alondra Cano (Ward 9) retained their seats.

In Ward 3, DFL candidate Steve Fletcher won over Socialist Alternative candidate Ginger Jentzen, who won the most first-choice votes but did not gain sufficient transfer votes. This was the first occurrence of the initial leader not ending up the winner of an election in Minneapolis since it switched to ranked-choice voting in 2009.[46] A similar situation subsequently occurred in Ward 4 in which Johnson lost to Cunningham.

Jenkins and Cunningham are the first transgender persons to be elected to the City Council.[47]

Party Candidates 1st Choice Votes Seats
No. % pp No. No. %
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party 29 84,203 82.69 +3.38 12 0 92.31
Green Party of Minnesota 3 7,926 7.78 +0.42 1 0 7.69
Socialist Alternative 1 3,297 3.24 +1.16 0 0 0.00
Republican Party of Minnesota 4 1,365 1.34 +0.68 0 0 0.00
Libertarian Party of Minnesota 2 607 0.60 +0.34 0 0 0.00
Independent 4 3,958 3.89 −4.14 0 0 0.00
Write-in N/A 472 0.46 −0.38 0 0 0.00
Total 101,828 100.00 ±0.00 13 ±0 100.00
Valid votes 101,828 96.13 +1.97
Overvotes 7 0.01 −0.03
Undervotes 4,093 3.86 −1.94
Turnout (out of 249,512 registered voters)[48] 105,928 42.45 +9.07

Ward 1

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 1.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 1.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 % Final
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Kevin Reich 45.97 4,015 4,296 49.19
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Jillia Pessenda 44.03 3,846 4,112 47.08
Independent John Hayden 9.77 853
Write-in N/A 0.23 20
Exhausted ballots 326 3.73
Valid votes 8,734
Threshold 4,368
Undervotes 130
Turnout (out of 19,722 registered voters)[48] 44.94 8,864
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[49]

Ward 2

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 2.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 2.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Green Party of Minnesota Cam Gordon 97.27 5,912
Write-in N/A 2.73 166
Valid votes 6,078
Maximum possible threshold 3,518
Overvotes 1
Undervotes 955
Turnout (out of 17,702 registered voters)[48] 39.74 7,034
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[50]

Ward 3

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 3.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 3.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 % Final
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Steve Fletcher 28.24 2,709 3,103 4,861 50.68
Socialist Alternative Ginger Jentzen 34.37 3,297 3,598 3,844 40.08
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Tim Bildsoe 26.61 2,552 2,734
Green Party of Minnesota Samantha Pree-Stinson 10.50 1,007
Write-in N/A 0.28 27
Exhausted ballots 157 887 9.25
Valid votes 9,592
Threshold 4,797
Undervotes 285
Turnout (out of 24,522 registered voters)[48] 40.28 9,877
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[51]

Ward 4

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 4.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 4.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 % Final
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Phillipe Cunningham 40.66 2,140 2,605 49.50
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Barb Johnson 42.90 2,258 2,430 46.17
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Stephanie Gasca 12.05 634
Libertarian Party of Minnesota Dana Hansen 4.18 220
Write-in N/A 0.21 11
Exhausted ballots 228 4.33
Valid votes 5,263
Threshold 2,632
Undervotes 86
Turnout (out of 17,156 registered voters)[48] 31.18 5,349
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[52]

Ward 5

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 5.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 5.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 % Final
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Jeremiah Ellison 47.13 1,987 2,313 54.86
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Blong Yang 38.35 1,617 1,769 41.96
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Raeisha Williams 10.56 445
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Cathy Spann 3.77 159
Write-in N/A 0.19 8
Exhausted ballots 134 3.18
Valid votes 4,216
Threshold 2,109
Undervotes 62
Turnout (out of 15,302 registered voters)[48] 27.96 4,278
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[53]

Ward 6

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 6.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 6.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Abdi Warsame 50.17 3,629
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Mohamud Noor 46.86 3,390
Republican Party of Minnesota Fadumo Yusuf 2.53 183
Write-in Tiffini Forslund 0.08 6
Write-in N/A 0.36 26
Valid votes 7,234
Threshold 3,618
Undervotes 163
Turnout (out of 15,725 registered voters)[48] 47.04 7,397
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[54]

Ward 7

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 7.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 7.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Lisa Goodman 52.26 4,742
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Janne Flisrand 31.21 2,832
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Teqen Zéa-Aida 9.79 888
Republican Party of Minnesota Joe Kovacs 6.60 599
Write-in N/A 0.14 13
Valid votes 9,074
Maximum possible threshold 4,628
Overvotes 3
Undervotes 178
Turnout (out of 20,789 registered voters)[48] 44.52 9,255
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[55]

Ward 8

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 8.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 8.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Andrea Jenkins 73.09 5,762
Green Party of Minnesota Terry White 12.77 1,007
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party April Kane 9.01 710
Libertarian Party of Minnesota David Holsinger 4.91 387
Write-in N/A 0.22 17
Valid votes 7,883
Maximum possible threshold 4,138
Overvotes 1
Undervotes 391
Turnout (out of 18,090 registered voters)[48] 45.74 8,275
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[56]

Ward 9

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 9.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 9.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 % Final
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Alondra Cano 47.53 2,623 2,982 54.03
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Gary Schiff 29.43 1,624 1,934 35.04
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Mohamed Farah 19.64 1,084
Republican Party of Minnesota Ronald Peterson 3.03 167
Write-in N/A 0.38 21
Exhausted ballots 603 10.93
Valid votes 5,519
Threshold 2,760
Undervotes 131
Turnout (out of 13,111 registered voters)[48] 43.09 5,650
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[57]

Ward 10

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 10.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 10.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Lisa Bender 64.34 4,883
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Saralyn Romanishan 20.57 1,561
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party David Schorn 9.34 709
Republican Party of Minnesota Bruce Lundeen 5.48 416
Write-in N/A 0.26 20
Valid votes 7,589
Maximum possible threshold 3,956
Undervotes 322
Turnout (out of 20,942 registered voters)[48] 37.78 7,911
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[58]

Ward 11

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 11.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 11.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 % Final
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Jeremy Schroeder 35.26 3,230 4,757 51.93
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party John Quincy 34.93 3,200 3,981 43.46
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Erica Mauter 29.43 2,696
Write-in N/A 0.37 34
Exhausted ballots 422 4.61
Valid votes 9,160
Threshold 4,581
Undervotes 432
Turnout (out of 20,264 registered voters)[48] 47.34 9,592
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[59]

Ward 12

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 12.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 12.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Andrew Johnson 87.15 8,874
Independent Will Jaeger 9.40 957
Independent[nb 2] Harrison Bullard 3.10 316
Write-in N/A 0.34 35
Valid votes 10,182
Maximum possible threshold 5,353
Undervotes 522
Turnout (out of 22,735 registered voters)[48] 47.08 10,704
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[60]

Ward 13

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 13.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in Ward 13.
Party Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party Linea Palmisano 83.19 9,404
Independent Bob Reuer 16.21 1,832
Write-in N/A 0.60 68
Valid votes 11,304
Maximum possible threshold 5,872
Overvotes 2
Undervotes 436
Turnout (out of 23,452 registered voters)[48] 50.07 11,742
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[61]

President of the City Council election

After the election, which resulted in the defeat of Council President Barb Johnson, it was reported that DFL Council Members Lisa Bender, Linea Palmisano, and Council Member-elect Andrea Jenkins were seeking to replace her.[62] When the new City Council convened on January 8, 2018, it unanimously elected Bender to be president.[63]

Following Bender's election, it was revealed that Jenkins and Palmisano were respectively seeking to be elected president and vice-president as a ticket. Bender said that while she had the votes to defeat them and install her supporters as chairs of choice committees, she wanted to avoid the Council splitting into factions that had sometimes characterized the previous City Council. As part of a deal to get her unanimous support and to present a united front, Bender agreed that Jenkins would be vice-president, who was also elected unanimously.[63][64] A new committee structure was agreed to and council members that did not nominally support her would be given choice committee chairs.[64] Bender said that all council members had to compromise. A final deal was not reached until January 7.[63]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Retired; did not seek re-election.
  2. ^ a b Political principle listed on affidavit of candidacy: "Independent Health Labor".[40]

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