It was a close election in the city of Hopkins as voters narrowly elected Alan Beck to the city council, replacing incumbent Aaron Kuznia.
Adam Seidel, Debjyoti “DD” Dwivedy, Aaron Casper and Veronica Stoltz have received the highest vote totals in the race for four seats on the Eden Prairie School Board.
One incumbent on the St. Louis Park School Board won re-election while another missed the cut. Three new members have been elected to the board.
St. Louis Park Mayor Jake Spano has won a second four-year term while newcomer Nadia Mohamed won a St. Louis Park City Council seat previously held by Thom Miller, who did not run for re-election.
Christine Ritchie and incumbents Mark Ambrosen, Katie Becker and Lisa Wagner are the winners in the race for Minnetonka School Board.
Steve Adams, Shannon Andreson, Tanya Khan and Katie O’Shea Pederson were elected to four seats on the Hopkins School Board.
Election results are in for the three open seats on the Hopkins City Council. The race was tight for the two four-year terms with newcomer Alan Beck taking the seat currently held by Aaron Kuznia by seven votes, according to unofficial election results from the Secretary of State.
Seanne Falconer and incumbents Bonita Lucky, Linda Cohen and Cheryl Polzin are the winners in the race for Wayzata School Board.
The General Election will be Tuesday, Nov. 5. Voters in Eden Prairie, Hopkins and Minnetonka school districts will elect board members and voters in Minnetonka will choose four members of the city council.
The General Election will be Tuesday, Nov. 5. Voters in the St. Louis Park and Hopkins school districts will select board members and voters in Hopkins and St. Louis Park will choose members of their respective city councils.
Candidates for St. Louis Park mayor and city council positions discussed their views on diversity, light rail, taxes and other issues during a wide-ranging League of Women Voters forum Oct. 17.
A total of 10 candidates are seeking election to four at-large seats on the Eden Prairie School Board in the Tuesday, Nov. 5, General Election. The candidates include incumbent Adam Seidel and Erin Barstad, Albert Born, Aaron Casper, Debjyoti “DD” Dwivedy, Fadumo Hassan, Aaron Orwick, Krysta…
Six candidates will be on the ballot for election to the Hopkins City Council. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5. There are four seats up for election - that of mayor, currently served by Jason Gadd; and three city council seats, those currently served by Aaron Kuznia and Brian Hunke (four-yea…
Candidates for Hopkins City Council were invited to share their views at an Oct. 2 community forum hosted and moderated by the League of Women Voters-Hopkins, Minnetonka, Eden Prairie.
The candidates for Minnetonka City Council answered questions from the audience at an Oct. 1 candidate forum hosted by the League of Women Voters Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Hopkins chapter.
The League of Women Voters Hopkins, Minnetonka, Eden Prairie hosted a candidate forum Sept. 24 at Minnetonka City Hall that included all 11 candidates running for Minnetonka School Board.
The seven candidates for Hopkins School Board answered a series of submitted questions on issues facing the district at a Sept. 25 candidate forum hosted by the Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Hopkins League of Women Voters chapter.
Candidates for Minnetonka City Council responded to questions on issues facing the community at a Sept. 15 candidate forum. The forum was put on by the Minnetonka Community Housing Team, Minnetonka Climate Initiative, Ranked Choice Voting for Minnetonka and Minnetonka Collective.
The League of Women Voters Wayzata-Plymouth Area hosted a candidate forum Sept. 17 at Wayzata High School that included all eight candidates running for Wayzata School Board.