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Unofficial results are in for Minneapolis election

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Tabulation is now complete for Tuesday’s municipal election. The unofficial results for all races and all questions can be found on the Elections and Voter Services website.

Unofficial winners declared

Elections and Voter Services is declaring unofficial winners in the following races:

  • Mayor: Jacob Frey
  • City Council Ward 1: Elliott Payne
  • City Council Ward 2: Robin Wonsley Worlobah
  • City Council Ward 3: Michael Rainville
  • City Council Ward 4: LaTrisha Vetaw
  • City Council Ward 5: Jeremiah Ellison
  • City Council Ward 6: Jamal Osman
  • City Council Ward 7: Lisa Goodman
  • City Council Ward 8: Andrea Jenkins
  • City Council Ward 9: Jason Chavez
  • City Council Ward 10: Aisha Chughta
  • City Council Ward 11: Emily Koski
  • City Council Ward 12: Andrew Johnson
  • City Council Ward 13: Linea Palmisano
  • Board of Estimate & Taxation (2 seats) Steve Brandt and Samantha “Sam” Pree-Stinson
  • Park and Recreation Board at-large (3 seats) Tom Olsen, Meg Forney, and Alicia D. Smith
  • Park and Recreation Board District 1: Billy Menz
  • Park and Recreation Board District 2: Becka Thompson
  • Park and Recreation Board District 3: Becky Alper
  • Park and Recreation Board District 4: Elizabeth Shaffer
  • Park and Recreation Board District 5: Steffanie Musich
  • Park and Recreation Board District 6: Cathy Abene

In addition, Elections and Voter Services is declaring the following results for the three ballot questions:

  • Question 1: Passed
  • Question 2: Failed
  • Question 3: Passed

Certifying final results

Now that all unofficial results have been reported, the City Council, sitting as the Municipal Canvassing Board, will receive the final tallies at its meeting scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 12. At that meeting, the Canvassing Board will certify final results, at which point they become the official results in the 2021 Municipal Election.

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