2010 Election Results

Complete 2010 General Election Results are publish by the Minnesota Secretary of State.

General Election

Special School District 1 (Minneapolis) - School Board Director At Large

Precincts reporting: 131 of 131 (100%)

CandidateVotes%
RICHARD MAMMEN - NON3904730.79
REBECCA GAGNON - NON3234925.5
CHANDA SMITH BAKER - NON3118124.58
T. WILLIAMS - NON2288918.05
WRITE-IN - NON13681.08
Total126834 

Special School District 1 (Minneapolis) - School Board Director 1

Precincts reporting: 21 of 21 (100%)

CandidateVotes%
JENNY ARNESON - NON901768.46
MIKE ENDRIZZI - NON399530.33
WRITE-IN - NON1591.21
Total13171 

Special School District 1 (Minneapolis) - School Board Director 3

Precincts reporting: 24 of 24 (100%)

CandidateVotes%
HUSSEIN SAMATAR - NON926696.46
WRITE-IN - NON3403.54
Total9606 

Special School District 1 (Minneapolis) - School Board Director 5

Precincts reporting: 22 of 22 (100%)

CandidateVotes%
ALBERTO MONSERRATE - NON903757.37
JOHN H. SAULSBERRY - NON653741.5
WRITE-IN - NON1771.12
Total15751 

Minneapolis - Charter Amendment: Charter Commission Redistricting

Precincts reporting: 131 of 131 (100%)

Proposal to make the Charter Commission responsible for redistricting - “Should the City of Minneapolis adopt a change in its charter by eliminating the Redistricting Commission and giving the responsibility for redistricting of city wards, park board districts and Minneapolis school board districts to the Charter Commission, with input from an advisory group appointed by the Charter Commission?”

AnswerVotes%
YES5589255.71
NO4443444.29
Total100326 

2010 General Election Voter Turnout & Statistics

2010 Primary Results

Special School District 1 (Minneapolis) - School Board Director At Large

CandidateVotes%
RICHARD MAMMEN - NON1269921.69
REBECCA GAGNON - NON844914.43
CHANDA SMITH BAKER - NON829614.17
T. WILLIAMS - NON731312.49
MOHAMUD NOOR - NON622210.63
SHIRLYNN LACHAPELLE - NON45597.79
DOUG MANN - NON39416.73
JAMES EVERETT - NON31945.45
STEVEN C LASLEY - NON26254.48
R.E.(DICK) VELNER - NON12612.15
Total58559 

2010 Primary Voter Turnout & Statistics

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