Welcome to our second crowd-sourced non-partisan election information directory edited by the voters themselves. Discuss elections on the Minneapolis Issues Forum.
- Minneapolis general election 2009 candidates - The master list.
Minneapolis 2009 Voter Guides
- City's Where to Vote
- MN SOS - Generate a 2009 Minneapolis Sample Ballot
- Twin Cities Daily Planet
- Minnesota Daily
- Southwest Journal
- StarTribune - About the Candidates
- League of Women Voters
Candidate Website and Contact Information
- Minneapolis candidates for Mayor
- Minneapolis City Council candidates
- Minneapolis Park and Estimate board candidates
Related Links and Discussion
- Minnesota elections
- Minneapolis political links - Starting with links for election information
- Minneapolis election calendar - Add events and key dates here
- Discuss election issues - on the Minneapolis Issues Forum - with more than 1,000 participants
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