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St. Paul election 2005 candidates

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Back To: Citizens Guide to St. Paul

Voting Information

http://www.co.ramsey.mn.us/elections/electionresults.asp


2005 Mayoral Candidates

Mayoral candidates moving on to the Nov. 8th general election

The mayor is elected to a four year term. (Is there a limit to how many terms they can serve?)

The following candidates were on the Sept 13th primary ballot.

2005 School Board Candidates

The following candidates will be competing for 3 open seats in the Nov. 8th general election.

School board members serve four year terms. The school board has seven seats, three of which are up for election this year. The other four will be up for election in two years. School board members are elected "city-wide." Primary Results

  • 13202 Elona Street Stewart
  • 11845 John Brodrick
  • 11153 Tom Goldstein
  • 5519 Lori Windels
  • 4776 Rebecca Williamson
  • 2702 Terry L. Lake
  • 2317 Jesse L. Nicholas

Upcoming Candidate Forums/Debates

YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE! Plan to attend a candidate forum! You can meet the candidates, ask your questions and consider your choices in two important city elections: St. Paul Mayor and School Board.

Notes From Forum on Sept 1st. Notes From Forum on August 24th. Notes from Forum on October 27th. School board portion notes.

Tues., November 1 7:00pm Hamline University Student Congress Sundin Musica Hall, Hamline University Weds., November 2 7:00pm MPR, Central Presbyterian Church, Capitol River Dist Coun, E-dem Central Presbyterian Church, 500 Cedar St Mon., November 7 -- IN STUDIO WITH CALL IN, LIVE ON MPR 11:00-1:00pm Midday with Gary Eichten MPR Studio, 45 east 7th Street

 

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