School Board elections for Mounds View Public Schools and the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Voters will elect three residents to serve four-year terms on the Mounds View School Board. Four candidates are competing for those three open seats.
There are three seats open on the St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board. That race is uncontested, as there are just three candidates.
Five candidates are preparing for the Nov. 5 city council election in New Brighton.
Incumbents Char Samuelson and Gina Bauman and three other candidates are vying for two open council seats.
Longtime New Brighton resident and councilmember Char Samuelson was first elected to serve on the city council in 1994 and served two consecutive terms. She then served back-to-back terms in the Minnesota House of Representatives, a republican representing the communities of New Brighton, Arden Hills and Shoreview from 2003-2007.
In New Brighton, current City Council Member Mary Burg will challenge incumbent Mayor Dave Jacobsen in the Nov. 5 election.
Burg has served on the city council since January 2004, and is currently in the middle of her third term. She said she has considered running for mayor for years.
“I believe I’m really qualified and want to use my expertise and experience,” she said. “I would like to bring about more community engagement in city politics.”
Though summer may be on its way out, the upcoming election season is just beginning to heat up.
The Roseville Area Schools District 623 and the city of Falcon Heights will hold elections Nov. 5 for school board seats and city council seats, respectively.
Contact information for all candidates is available on the Ramsey County website at www.co.ramsey.mn.us/elections/index.htm.
Only the Aug. 13 Maplewood primary stands between the candidates for mayor and city council and Election Day Nov. 5. There are currently three candidates for mayor and six candidates for two city council seats.
One mayoral candidate and two council candidates will be eliminated after the primary election. Several candidates responded to the Review’s candidate questionnaires.
Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13, for the primary election. Those who are not currently registered to vote may do so at the polls. Call the Maplewood Citizens Services Department at 651-249-2001 to learn more about which forms of identification will be accepted for same-day registration.
If you’re a Maplewood resident, be sure to mark your calendars for the primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 13. The city’s 16 polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and the winners will advance to the municipal general election Nov. 5.
There are three candidates for mayor and six candidates for the two council seats that will expire in December. The primary will narrow the field to two mayoral candidates and four for city council on Election Day in November.
North St. Paul is in the process of hiring a new city manager after long-time city manager Wally Wysopal resigned to take the city manager position in Fridley last month. Director of community development Nate Ehalt was appointed as the interim city manager after Wysopal’s departure June 8.
Five candidates were interviewed on June 29 and 30 in special city council work sessions that also functioned as informal “meet-and-greets” with department heads
Filing for Maplewood’s open mayoral seat and two city council positions closed Tuesday, June 4, with three candidates throwing their hats in the ring for mayor and seven candidates vying for two city council seats.
Mayor Will Rossbach announced earlier this spring that he would not be running for re-election. He served on the city council for six years before he was elected mayor in 2009. His decision step down created an opening that former mayor Diana Longrie, former DFL state representative Nora Slawik and resident Fran Grant hope to fill.