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2017 Minneapolis municipal election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A general election was held in Minneapolis on November 7, 2017. Minneapolis's mayor was up for election as well as all the seats on the City Council, the two elected seats on the Board of Estimate and Taxation, and all the seats on the Park and Recreation Board. Voters were able to rank up to three candidates for each office in order of preference.

Mayor

Incumbent Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party (DFL) Mayor Betsy Hodges sought re-election to a second term among a field of 16 candidates. Jacob Frey won after five rounds of vote tabulations via instant-runoff voting.

City Council

All 13 seats on the Minneapolis City Council were up for election. 13 members were elected from single-member districts via instant-runoff voting.

Board of Estimate and Taxation

The two elected seats on the Board of Estimate and Taxation were up for election. Two members were elected from one citywide, at-large district via the single transferable vote.

Candidates

Incumbents Candidates
Name First elected Name Party endorsement
Carol Becker 2005 Carol Becker[1] Minneapolis DFL[2]
David Wheeler 2009 David Wheeler[3] Minneapolis DFL[2]

Results

Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Carol Becker 69.11 48,163
David Wheeler 27.71 19,312
John Edwards[nb 1] 2.21 1,539
Write-ins 0.98 680
Valid votes 69,694
Threshold 23,232
Undervotes 36,234
Turnout 42.45 105,928
Registered voters 249,512
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[4][5]

Park and Recreation Board

All nine seats on the Park and Recreation Board were up for election. Three members were elected from one citywide, at-large district via the single transferable vote and six from single-member districts via instant-runoff voting.

Retiring members

  • John Erwin, At-large[6]
  • Jon Olson, District 2[7]
  • Anita Tabb, District 4[8]
  • Scott Vreeland, District 3[9]
  • Liz Wielinski, District 1[9]
  • Annie Young, At-large[10]

Candidates

District Incumbent(s) Candidates
Name First elected Name Party endorsement
At-large John Erwin[nb 2] 2002, 2009[nb 3] Charlie Casserly[11]
Meg Forney 2013 Mike Derus[11]
Annie Young[nb 2] 1989 Meg Forney[12]
Londel French[13] Minneapolis DFL[6]
Russ Henry[13] Minneapolis DFL[6]
Devin Hogan[14] Minneapolis DFL[6]
Jonathan Honerbrink[15] Minneapolis City Republican Committee[16]
Bob Sullentrop[11] Minneapolis City Republican Committee[16]
LaTrisha Vetaw[14] Fifth District Green Party[17]
1 Liz Wielinski[nb 2] 2009 Mohamed Barre[11]
Billy Menz[11] Fifth District Green Party[17]
Chris Meyer[13] Minneapolis DFL[6]
2 Jon Olson[nb 2] 2001 Kale Severson[13] Minneapolis DFL[6]
Mike Tate[18]
3 Scott Vreeland[nb 2] 2005 Charles Exner[12] Fifth District Green Party[17]
Abdikadir "AK" Hassan[13]
Abdi Mohamed[13]
4 Anita Tabb[nb 2] 2009 Jono Cowgill[13] Minneapolis DFL[6]
Tom Nordyke[14]
5 Steffanie Musich 2013 Andrea Fahrenkrug[12]
Steffanie Musich[13] Minneapolis DFL[6]
Bill Shroyer[13]
6 Brad Bourn 2009 Brad Bourn[19] Minneapolis DFL[6]
Bob Fine[20]
Robert Schlosser[20]
Jennifer Zielinski[16] Minneapolis City Republican Committee[16]

Results

Incumbents Meg Forney (At-large), Steffanie Musich (District 5), and Brad Bourn (District 6) were re-elected. Also elected were at-large candidates LaTrisha Vetaw and Londel French, Chris Meyer (District 1), Kale Severson (District 2), Abdikadir "AK" Hassan (District 3), and Jono Cowgill (District 4).[21]

At-large

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct.
Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 % Final
LaTrisha Vetaw 21.96 18,526 19,142 20,529 22,827 27.06
Meg Forney 22.54 19,010 20,366 21,066 22,506 26.68
Londel French 14.71 12,405 12,815 14,308 17,947 21.28
Mike Derus 12.66 10,679 12,335 12,849 13,970 16.56
Russ Henry 10.74 9,056 9,815 11,014
Devin Hogan 7.41 6,246 6,735
Charlie Casserly 4.45 3,756
Jonathan Honerbrink 3.10 2,617
Bob Sullentrop 1.97 1,659
Scott Vreeland[nb 1] 0.00 3
Write-ins 0.46 390
Exhausted ballots 3,139 4,581 7,097 8.41
Valid votes 84,347
Threshold 21,087
Undervotes 21,581
Turnout 42.45 105,928
Registered voters 249,512
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[5][22]

District 1

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 1.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 1.
Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 % Final
Chris Meyer 44.45 6,358 7,210 50.41
Billy Menz 35.45 5,070 5,831 40.77
Mohamed Barre 19.53 2,793
Write-ins 0.57 82
Exhausted ballots 1,262 8.82
Valid votes 14,303
Threshold 7,152
Undervotes 3,482
Turnout 17,785
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[23]

District 2

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 2.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 2.
Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Kale Severson 56.96 5,089
Mike Tate 42.29 3,778
Write-ins 0.75 67
Valid votes 8,934
Threshold 4,468
Undervotes 2,228
Turnout 11,162
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[24]

District 3

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 3.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 3.
Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 % Final
Abdikadir Hassan 48.49 7,094 7,753 52.99
Abdi Mohamed 37.01 5,415 5,841 39.92
Charles Exner 14.14 2,069
Write-ins 0.36 52
Exhausted ballots 1,036 7.08
Valid votes 14,630
Threshold 7,316
Undervotes 1,971
Turnout 16,601
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[25]

District 4

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 4.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 4.
Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Jono Cowgill 50.28 6,794
Tom Nordyke 48.95 6,615
Write-ins 0.77 104
Valid votes 13,513
Threshold 6,757
Undervotes 4,654
Turnout 18,167
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[26]

District 5

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 5.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 5.
Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1
Steffanie Musich 58.30 9,466
Bill Shroyer 24.57 3,990
Andrea Fahrenkrug 16.57 2,691
Write-ins 0.56 91
Valid votes 16,238
Threshold 8,120
Undervotes 4,377
Turnout 20,615
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[27]

District 6

Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 6.
Most voted first-choice candidate by precinct in District 6.
Candidate % 1st
Choice
Round 1 Round 2 % Final
Brad Bourn 43.73 8,084 8,785 47.52
Bob Fine 40.52 7,491 8,471 45.82
Jennifer Zielinski 12.29 2,273
Bob Schlosser 3.16 584
Write-ins 0.30 56
Exhausted ballots 1,232 6.66
Valid votes 18,488
Threshold 9,245
Undervotes 3,110
Turnout 21,598
Source: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services[28]

Notes

  1. ^ a b Write-in candidate.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Retired; did not seek re-election.
  3. ^ Elected to non-consecutive terms.

References

  1. ^ "Carol Becker" (PDF). Affidavit of Candidacy. City of Minneapolis. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  2. ^ a b "2017 DFL Endorsed Candidates". Minneapolis DFL. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  3. ^ "David Wheeler" (PDF). Affidavit of Candidacy. City of Minneapolis. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  4. ^ "2017 Minneapolis Election Results: Board of Estimate and Taxation Ranked-Choice Voting Tabulation Summary". Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  5. ^ a b "Order by the Municipal Canvassing Board" (PDF). City of Minneapolis. November 15, 2017. p. 3. Retrieved November 15, 2017.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i Mahamud, Faiza (July 10, 2017). "Newcomers dominate DFL Park Board slate; two ejected after fistfight". Star Tribune. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  7. ^ Mahamud, Faiza (April 6, 2017). "Olson will not seek re-election to Minneapolis Park Board". Star Tribune. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  8. ^ Mahamud, Faiza (January 6, 2017). "Minneapolis Park Board re-elects Anita Tabb as president". Star Tribune. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  9. ^ a b Callaghan, Peter (July 10, 2017). "What we learned from the Minneapolis DFL convention". MinnPost. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  10. ^ Mahamud, Faiza (March 10, 2017). "After 28 years, Minneapolis Park Board's Annie Young says 'it's time to hang it up'". Star Tribune. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  11. ^ a b c d e Best, Eric (October 20, 2017). "Voter Guide: Park Board". The Journal. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  12. ^ a b c Best, Eric (August 15, 2017). "Forney announces she'll remain in Park Board race". Southwest Journal. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i Best, Eric (July 10, 2017). "DFL endorsements could mean big changes for Park Board". Southwest Journal. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  14. ^ a b c Wahlberg, Adam (October 10, 2017). "The battle for the soul of the Minneapolis Park Board". MinnPost. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  15. ^ Thomas, Dylan (July 17, 2017). "Honerbrink now plans run for Park Board". Southwest Journal. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  16. ^ a b c d Roper, Eric (July 19, 2017). "Minneapolis Republicans endorse six candidates for city elections". Star Tribune. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  17. ^ a b c "Our Candidates". Green Party of Minnesota. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  18. ^ Best, Eric (August 24, 2017). "Forney, Tate stay in Park Board race". The Journal. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  19. ^ Mahamud, Faiza (October 26, 2017). "Candidates battle in election that could remake the Minneapolis Park Board". Star Tribune. Retrieved November 2, 2017.
  20. ^ a b Best, Eric (October 20, 2017). "Voter Guide: Park Board". Southwest Journal. Retrieved November 3, 2017.
  21. ^ Mahamud, Faiza (November 8, 2017). "Minneapolis Park Board will have 6 new faces". Star Tribune. Retrieved November 19, 2017.
  22. ^ "2017 Minneapolis Election Results: Parks & Recreation Commissioner At Large Ranked-Choice Voting Tabulation Summary". Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  23. ^ "2017 Minneapolis Election Results: Park Board District 1 Ranked-Choice Voting Tabulation Summary". Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  24. ^ "2017 Minneapolis Election Results: Park Board District 2 Ranked-Choice Voting Tabulation Summary". Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  25. ^ "2017 Minneapolis Election Results: Park Board District 3 Ranked-Choice Voting Tabulation Summary". Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  26. ^ "2017 Minneapolis Election Results: Park Board District 4 Ranked-Choice Voting Tabulation Summary". Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  27. ^ "2017 Minneapolis Election Results: Park Board District 5 Ranked-Choice Voting Tabulation Summary". Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  28. ^ "2017 Minneapolis Election Results: Park Board District 6 Ranked-Choice Voting Tabulation Summary". Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Retrieved November 8, 2017.

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