On the ballot
– City Council members (13 wards)
– Board of Estimate and Taxation (two at-large members)
– Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (three at-large and six district commissioners)
– Charter Amendment No. 168 (a proposal to change the composition of the Board of Estimate and Taxation)
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Minneapolis voters will use a new method called ranked-choice voting. It allows voters to rank up to three candidates for each office in order of the voter’s preference.
The city has a wealth of Election Day information — including a voting precinct finder and voter registration information — at ci.minneapolis.mn.us/elections.
The League of Women Voters of Minneapolis is another excellent resource. The league has information about candidate forums, ranked-choice voting, etc. Go to lwvmpls.org.