Last updated on November 18, 2020.
Boulder voters voted 78.1%-21.9% in favor of Ballot Measure 2E, establishing direct election of their mayor directly with ranked choice voting. For more information, visit the Our Mayor, Our Choice campaign.
Minnetonka voters have voted 54.7%-45.3% in favor of the City Question, which folds the city's nonpartisan primary elections into a single general election held with ranked choice voting for mayor and city council. For more information, visit Ranked Choice Voting for Minnetonka.
Bloomington voters have voted 51.2%-48.8% in favor of City Question 3, bringing the total number of Minnesota cities using ranked choice voting up to five. For more information, visit Ranked Choice Voting Bloomington.
Albany voters have approved Measure BB 73.3% to 26.7% for proportional ranked choice voting for citywide elections to the city council and school board. For more information, visit the Voter Choice Albany campaign website.