As of press time, only one of three races for St. Louis Park City Council positions is contested.

Mayor Jake Spano remained the only candidate for mayor, but Larry Kraft, who works with the youth-focused environmental organization iMatter, filed along with Deb Brinkman, a long-time leader of the League of Women Voters of St. Louis Park, for the At-Large A city council position. Councilmember Steve Hallfin, who currently is in the position, had not filed as of press time.

For the At-Large B city council seat, only Nadia Mohamed, co-winner of the 2018 St. Louis Park Human Rights Award, had filed. Councilmember Thom Miller, who currently serves in the role, has announced he will not run for re-election.

Spano’s website is spanoformayor.com.

Brinkman’s website is debbrinkman.org

Information about Kraft can be found online at larrykraftslp.org.

Mohamed has launched a site at nadiaforslp.org.

The filing period is open through Tuesday, Aug. 13, after this edition went to press.

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