Elections

 

Wed
05
Nov

McCollum wins by a wide margin

Retaining her seat in Minnesota’s Fourth Congressional District on Tuesday, Nov. 4, DFLer Betty McCollum will serve another two years in the U.S. House.

Wed
05
Nov

East Side House incumbents easily win reelection

Statewide, GOP takes control
Incumbent Minnesota House legislators representing parts of the East Side, including District 67A and 67B, both won with nearly three-quarters of the vote.
Tim Mahoney and Sheldon Johnson’s overwhelming wins were not reflective of what happened statewide, especially in rural Minnesota where several DFL incumbents lost tight races to their Republican challengers.

Wed
05
Nov

Ramsey County commissioners hold onto seats

The incumbent Ramsey County commissioners easily held onto their spots on the board after Tuesday’s election.

Wed
05
Nov

Voters elect a mix of incumbents, newcomers

Starting in January, Oakdale and Lake Elmo residents will be seeing a few new faces in leadership roles.

Wed
05
Nov

Kuehn, Thorsen separated by less than 1 percent in mayoral contest

The choice between old and new approaches to the city mayorship apparently split North St. Paulites right down the middle.

Wed
05
Nov

Fischer edges out Stout; Lillie, Ward keep seats in state rep races

State representatives for residents and stakekholders in North St. Paul, Maplewood and Oakdale are the same people -- and the same DFLers -- who went to the Capitol in the last session.

Wed
05
Nov

Incumbents victorious in Roseville-area elections

Wed
05
Nov

Incumbents run Election Day in Bulletin-area elections

Changes coming to Shoreview and Vadnais Heights city councils
Many Bulletin-area incumbents were re-elected following this year's election Nov. 4.
All incumbent representatives on the federal and state levels will maintain their seats.

Wed
29
Oct

Ten run for Landfall council

The 700-resident community of Landfall along the eastern shore of Tanners Lake has 10 candidates running for three spots on its city council this general election.

Wed
29
Oct

Mounds View holds forum for unopposed candidates, council likely to stay intact

From left to right, Mayor Joe Flaherty, council members Carol Mueller and Al Hull.
From left to right, Mayor Joe Flaherty, council members Carol Mueller and Al Hull. (submitted photo)

Save for a triumph of write-in candidates, the Mounds View city council is likely to remain unchanged following election day Nov. 4, as the mayor and two council members up for reelection are running unopposed to keep their seats.

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