ELIZABETH FLORES EFLORES@STARTRIBUNE.COMRick Winters, left, Amanda Murr, center, and Romayne Houle counted ballots for the St. Paul City Council Second Ward race on Monday.
Rebecca Noecker said her campaign for St. Paul City Council was upbeat, positive and straightforward _ [and] very open to courting second-choice votes.READ MORE
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Nov. 4, 2015
Star Tribune Editorial: Even after setback, Minnesotans should keep pressing for ranked-choice voting
Its been an intense week for democracy reformers in Minnesota . . . were feeling some disappointment, and a whole lot of gratitude.
Letter to the Editor
University of Missouri-St. Louis Study: The Adoption of Ranked Choice Voting Raised Turnout 10 Points
The Adoption of Ranked Choice Voting Raised Turnout 10 Points
Krist Novoselic Rocks at Ranked Choice Voting Events