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The House District 42B seat is up for grabs — incumbent Rep. Jason Isaacson, who was elected to the then-redrawn district in 2012, is making a run for the Minnesota Senate.
At most, this year’s Little Canada city elections could result in one new person on the city council.
This year’s Lauderdale City Council election is partially a reshuffling: A current council member is running unopposed for mayor, and the current mayor, after 25 years in office, is running for one of two open council seats.
The state House District 66A race pits a Republican-endorsed challenger with an eye on state spending versus a housing-minded DFL incumbent seeking her 15th term.
There are two candidates vying for the state Senate District 42 seat being made vacant by Sen. Bev Scalze, DFL-Little Canada, who announced last December she would not seek reelection.
The Roseville City Council race features two incumbents, each seeking second terms, against a challenger who has ample experience in city government working at the commission level.
There are two competitive races for the Ramsey County Board this election cycle, and one of them is for District 2.
Carrie Tollefson, an Olympic middle distance runner and Minnesota native, visited Harambee and Edgerton elementary schools Oct.
The Roseville VFW Post 7555 held its annual booya fundraiser event on Oct. 9.
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