The League of Women Voters recently hosted a virtual candidate forum for the two contested seats on the Plymouth City Council. The forum included the Ward 1 candidates Milind Sohoni and Alise McGregor, and the at-large candidates Paul Hillen and Jim Willis. Jim Davis, the incumbent in Ward 3…
Minnetonka voters will decide the fate of future city elections as this year’s ballot includes a question on whether the city charter should be changed to allow ranked-choice voting.
The League of Women Voters of Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Hopkins will host three candidate forums to provide voters with candidate information for the Eden Prairie school board and city, Senate District 48 and House Districts 48 A/B elections. These will be candidate-only forums. There will b…
Like most other organizations, the League of Women Voters has shifted the way the organization conducts events in light of COVID-19.
Voters have narrowed the field of candidates for three seats on the Hennepin County Board Commission. The top two candidates in the Aug. 11 Primary Election advance to the Nov. 3 General Election.
The candidates advancing in several races for Minnesota Legislature were decided in the Aug. 11 Primary Election. Here is a roundup of the results of those races in the western suburbs.
Primary Election voters have decided which two candidates will advance in the race to represent Minnesota’s Third Congressional District, which includes the suburbs of Hennepin, Carver and Anoka counties to the west, south and north of Minneapolis.
Ann Johnson Stewart, of Plymouth, will advance as the DFL candidate in the Nov. 3 General Election in Senate District 44, which represents parts of Plymouth, Minnetonka and Woodland.
Andrew Myers, of Wayzata, will advance as the Republican candidate in the Nov. 3 General Election in House District 33B. With all but one precinct reporting, he claimed 2,031 votes in the Aug. 11 Primary Election over 842 votes for Marianne Stebbins, of Mound. The vote tallies are the unoffi…
Voters have narrowed the field of candidates for three seats on the Hennepin County Board Commission. The top two candidates in the Aug. 11 Primary Election will advance to the Nov. 3 General Election.
Cedrick Frazier, of New Hope, will advance as the DFL candidate in the Nov. 3 General Election in House District 45A. According to the unofficial results from the Secretary of State, Frazier claimed 3,434 votes in the Aug. 11 Primary Election over 1.590 votes for Daonna Depoister, of Plymouth.