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The following candidates and issues will be on the ballot in the Tuesday, Nov. 3 election. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

To find your district, polling location, sample ballots and other information, go to the Minnesota Secretary of State's website or call the St. Louis County director of elections at (218) 726-2385.

Duluth precinct maps may be found here.

The Duluth News Tribune sponsored candidate forums and a ranked-choice voting forum. Links to these recorded forums may be found here (scroll to bottom).

City of Duluth candidates

Mayor:

Chuck Horton

Emily Larson 

City Councilor 1st District:

Gary Anderson

Karl Spring

City Councilor 2nd District:

Joel Sipress, unopposed

City Councilor 3rd District:

Barri Love: campaign discontinued

Em Westerlund

City Councilor 5th District:

Janet Kennedy

Jay Fosle

City Councilor At Large:

Jim Booth

Elissa Hansen

Noah Hobbs

Kriss Osbakken

City of Duluth issues

Non-Binding Proposition: Sale of Intoxicating Liquor in Lakeside and Lester park Neighborhoods:

Should the state statute which prohibits the issuance of licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquor in the Lakeside and Lester Park neighborhoods be repealed? A "YES" vote means I support eliminating the state law which prohibits the sale of intoxicating liquor in the Lakeside and Lester Park neighborhoods. A "NO" vote means I do not support eliminating the state law which prohibits the sale of intoxicating liquor in the Lakeside and Lester Park neighborhoods.

Duluth Charter Amendment: Ranked-choice voting:

Shall the Duluth City Charter be amended to adopt Ranked Choice Voting, also known as Single Transferable Vote, as the method for electing the mayor and the city councilors without a separate primary election and with ballot format and rules for counting votes to be adopted by ordinance? A "Yes" vote means the Duluth City Charter will be amended to adopt Ranked Choice Voting as the method for electing the mayor and city councilors with the ballot format and rules for counting votes to be adopted by ordinance. A "No" vote means the Duluth City Charter will not be amended to adopt Ranked Choice Voting as the method for electing the mayor and city councilors.

Duluth Charter Amendment: Method for Setting Fee Paid to City Councilors:

Shall the Duluth City Charter be amended to have the fee paid to city council members determined by the Charter Commission, approved by a two-thirds vote of the city council and the new fee taking effect the January after the next municipal election?

Duluth School Board candidates

At Large:

Alanna Oswald

Renee Van Nett

2nd District:

David Kirby

Charles Obije

3rd District:

Loren Martell

Nora Sandstad

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