Below are unofficial local results of statewide races and select races in Ramsey, Anoka, Dakota and Washington counties. Candidates are listed in order of the number of votes they have. If there is a tie, they are listed alphabetically. Uncontested races and write-in results are not included.

* Important note: As always, all results are incomplete and unofficial. Many votes will arrive by absentee ballot after Election Day and will be counted for up to 7 days after Election Day. So even if a race shows all precincts reporting, those precincts may still have absentee ballots yet to arrive and be counted. Even if a candidate is leading with all precincts reporting, we will not know the victor until all the votes are counted.

Results were last updated at 09:00 am on Apr 09, 2024
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Mounds View
Mayor
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
Candidate
Zach Lindstrom
Votes
1725
Percent*
76.87
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Joe Holl
499
22.24
 
Question 1
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
Should Mounds View create a temporary 1.5% sales tax for up to 20 years and issue bonds in the total of $16,500,000 to finance an expansion to the community center and creation of a regional sports and recreation facility?
Choice
NO
Votes
1494
Percent*
64.48
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
YES
823
35.52
 
Rosemount City Council
 
 
8 of 8 precincts reporting.*
Candidate
Tami Klimpel (i)
Votes
2145
Percent*
61.71
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Al Viall Jr
Robert Hendel
890
413
25.60
11.88
 
 
St. Paul
City Council
Ward 1
 
13 of 13 precincts reporting.*
First-Choice votes*
Candidate
Anika Bowie
Votes
2639
Percent*
39.71
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
James Lo
Omar Syed
Jeff Zeitler
Yan Chen
Suz Woehrle
Travis Helkamp
Lucky Tiger Jack Rosenbloom
1297
1246
437
406
247
246
119
19.52
18.75
6.58
6.11
3.72
3.70
1.79
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ward 2
 
13 of 13 precincts reporting.*
First-Choice votes*
Candidate
Rebecca Noecker (i)
Votes
4490
Percent*
63.36
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Bill Hosko
Peter K. Butler
Noval Noir
1530
696
322
21.59
9.82
4.54
 
 
 
Ward 3
 
13 of 13 precincts reporting.*
First-Choice votes*
Candidate
Saura Jost
Votes
6390
Percent*
48.48
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Isaac Russell
Patty Hartmann
Troy Barksdale
3987
2562
210
30.25
19.44
1.59
 
 
 
Ward 4
 
13 of 13 precincts reporting.*
First-Choice votes*
Candidate
Mitra Jalali
Votes
7058
Percent*
79.44
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Robert Bushard
1674
18.84
 
Ward 5
 
10 of 10 precincts reporting.*
First-Choice votes*
Candidate
Hwa Jeong Kim
Votes
2745
Percent*
51.95
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
David Greenwood-Sanchez
Pam Tollefson
Nate Nins
1412
933
167
26.72
17.66
3.16
 
 
 
Ward 6
 
11 of 11 precincts reporting.*
First-Choice votes*
Candidate
Nelsie Yang (i)
Votes
1853
Percent*
61.44
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Gary B Unger
1140
37.80
 
Ward 7
 
13 of 13 precincts reporting.*
First-Choice votes*
Candidate
Cheniqua Johnson
Votes
1813
Percent*
41.15
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Pa Der Vang
Dino Guerin
Alexander Bourne
Foua-Choua Khang
Kartumu King
1567
629
227
101
49
35.57
14.28
5.15
2.29
1.11
 
 
 
 
 
Question 1
 
86 of 86 precincts reporting.*
Should St. Paul add a 1% sales and use tax for the next 20 years to be used to repair and improve streets, bridges, parks, and recreation facilities?
Choice
YES
Votes
28913
Percent*
60.19
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
19124
39.81
 
St. Paul Park City Council
 
 
3 of 3 precincts reporting.*
Elect 2
Candidate
Tim Conrad
Votes
427
Percent*
26.36
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Charlene Whitbred Hemmingson
Jeff Haggerty (i)
Kelly Mullan
Tim Jones (i)
Sharon Ornquist
Tanya Foote
278
265
242
148
128
125
17.16
16.36
14.94
9.14
7.90
7.72
 
 
 
 
 
 
White Bear Lake City Council - Ward 3
 
 
1 of 1 precincts reporting.*
Candidate
Andrea West
Votes
444
Percent*
52.86
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
John Ficcadenti
394
46.90
 
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Farmington Question 1
 
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
Revoke $677 per pupil revenue and replace it with $1,239.92 per pupil revenue with rate of inflation increase until 2026, in 2027 add $562.95 per pupil revenue also with rate of inflation increases until 2034? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
NO
Votes
2056
Percent*
52.94
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
YES
1828
47.06
 
Hastings
School Board
 
6 of 6 precincts reporting.*
Elect 4
Candidate
Jenny Wiederholt-Pine
Votes
3340
Percent*
13.18
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Melissa Millner
Matt Bruns
Philip Biermaier
Matt Seeger
Brandy Wentzler
Mariah Ring
Nancy Blanchard
Pamela J. Onnen
3324
3097
3048
3038
2938
2923
2480
1107
13.12
12.22
12.03
11.99
11.59
11.54
9.79
4.37
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Question 1
 
6 of 6 precincts reporting.*
Increase property tax by 3.593% of the net tax capacity of the district for the next 10 years to support technology in the district?
Choice
YES
Votes
3535
Percent*
53.37
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
3089
46.63
 
Inver Grove Heights
School Board Special Election
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
Candidate
Shana Dukes
Votes
1516
Percent*
47.76
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Aaron Brooksby
Matt Schaefer (i)
1094
544
34.47
17.14
 
 
Question 1
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
Increase per pupil revenue by $410 per pupil for next ten years with rate of inflation increases starting in 2025? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
NO
Votes
1878
Percent*
53.23
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
YES
1650
46.77
 
Question 2
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
If Question 1 is appoved, shall an additional increase of $110 per pupil for the next ten years with rate of inflation increases starting in 2025 be added? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
NO
Votes
1901
Percent*
54.02
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
YES
1618
45.98
 
Lakeville
Question 1
 
20 of 20 precincts reporting.*
Increase per pupil revenue by $100 and increase with the rate of inflation for the next ten years? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
YES
Votes
5398
Percent*
55.59
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
4312
44.41
 
Question 2
 
20 of 20 precincts reporting.*
If question 1 is approved, increase per pupil revenue by $250 and increase with the rate of inflation for the next ten years? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
NO
Votes
4924
Percent*
50.73
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
YES
4782
49.27
 
Mounds View School Board
 
 
27 of 27 precincts reporting.*
Elect 4
Candidate
Heidi Danielson (i)
Votes
9503
Percent*
16.44
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Jim DeMay (i)
Jonathan Weinhagen (i)
Alissa Daire Nelson
Heidi Caccamo
Paul Wikstrom
Mark Kelliher
Art Mills
Andre M. Koen
Rich Priore
Jon VanOeveren
9109
8973
8959
4730
4710
4462
4100
1543
862
762
15.76
15.53
15.50
8.18
8.15
7.72
7.09
2.67
1.49
1.32
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School Board
 
 
32 of 32 precincts reporting.*
Elect 4
Candidate
Jackie Magnuson (i)
Votes
12864
Percent*
15.52
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Cory Johnson (i)
Sachin Isaacs (i)
Anna Williams
Kim Bauer
Melissa Field
Lori Urkiel
Teressa Schlueter
Craig Angrimson
Charles McCready
Leah Gardner
Gina Swaney
12734
12354
12103
7815
7159
6898
6766
1970
831
710
520
15.37
14.91
14.60
9.43
8.64
8.32
8.16
2.38
1.00
0.86
0.63
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Roseville School Board
 
 
19 of 19 precincts reporting.*
Elect 3
Candidate
Rose Wan-Mui Chu (i)
Votes
7918
Percent*
26.54
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Todd Anderson (i)
Mike Boguszewski (i)
Karl Crump
Alan Holasek
Adam Maier
Vaughn Klingenberg
7734
7690
2586
2373
1218
227
25.93
25.78
8.67
7.96
4.08
0.76
 
 
 
 
 
 
St. Anthony-New Brighton
School Board
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
Elect 3
Candidate
Ben Phillip
Votes
1887
Percent*
28.03
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Laurel Hood
Cassandra Palmer
Eric Sonnenberg
1735
1578
1507
25.78
23.44
22.39
 
 
 
Question 1
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
Increase per pupil revenue by $890.00 for the next ten years? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
YES
Votes
1965
Percent*
66.27
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
1000
33.73
 
Question 2
 
4 of 4 precincts reporting.*
Renew the current 6.198% of net tax capacity capital project levy for the next ten years?
Choice
YES
Votes
2116
Percent*
71.08
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
861
28.92
 
South St. Paul School Board Special Election
 
 
1 of 1 precincts reporting.*
Candidate
Kim Humann (i)
Votes
482
Percent*
37.08
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Beth Johnson
John R. Wilcox
Dan Vick
365
316
131
28.08
24.31
10.08
 
 
 
South Washington County
School Board
 
23 of 23 precincts reporting.*
Elect 3
Candidate
Simi Patnaik (i)
Votes
9820
Percent*
16.08
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Melinda Dols
Ryan Clarke
Satonia Moore
Jaime Kokaisel
Anthony Mahmood
Molly Schaefer
Chad Borseth
Randall J Johnson
Priscilla Kathryn Dimbo
Fekadu Kassa Ayichew
9639
8566
8374
7697
7118
3621
2913
1428
1240
474
15.78
14.03
13.71
12.60
11.65
5.93
4.77
2.34
2.03
0.78
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Question 1
 
23 of 23 precincts reporting.*
Can the school system issue building bonds not to exceed $160,875,000? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
YES
Votes
12662
Percent*
56.72
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
9663
43.28
 
Question 2
 
23 of 23 precincts reporting.*
If Question 1 is approved, can the school system issue building bonds not to exceed $40,350,000 for use in elementary buildings? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
YES
Votes
12271
Percent*
54.99
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
10044
45.01
 
Question 3
 
23 of 23 precincts reporting.*
Can the school system revoke the old Capital Project Levy at 1.820% of the net tax capacity and replace it with a Levy of at most 2.668% of the net tax capacity for the next 10 years? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
YES
Votes
11478
Percent*
51.69
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
10726
48.31
 
St. Paul School Board
 
 
86 of 86 precincts reporting.*
Elect 4
Candidate
Carlo Franco
Votes
26893
Percent*
20.59
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Chauntyll Allen (i)
Erica Valliant
Yusef Carrillo
Zuki Ellis (i)
Gita Rijal Zeitler
Abdi S. Omer
24816
22084
21977
17979
9900
5691
19.00
16.91
16.83
13.77
7.58
4.36
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stillwater
School Board
 
17 of 17 precincts reporting.*
Candidate
Chris Lauer (i)
Votes
8661
Percent*
61.34
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Jessica L Johnson
5338
37.81
 
Question 1
 
17 of 17 precincts reporting.*
Can the school system issue building bonds not to exceed $174,845,000? This will be used to replace Lake Elmo Elementary and Andersen Elementary with new buildings and build additional classrooms and a new gymnasium at Oak-Land Middle School. This will increase property taxes.
Choice
YES
Votes
8361
Percent*
56.74
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
6374
43.26
 
West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan
School Board
 
5 of 5 precincts reporting.*
Elect 4
Candidate
Randi Walz
Votes
3649
Percent*
20.36
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
Byron L. Schwab (i)
Tim Aune
Morgan Steele
Rowen Elsmore
Barbara Kessler
3568
3314
3287
2486
1315
19.91
18.49
18.34
13.87
7.34
 
 
 
 
 
Question 1
 
5 of 5 precincts reporting.*
Increase per pupil revenue by $731.00 and increase with the rate of inflation for the next ten years? This will increase property taxes.
Choice
YES
Votes
3771
Percent*
60.00
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
2514
40.00
 
Question 2
 
5 of 5 precincts reporting.*
Can the school system continue the 2.198197% technology levy for the next ten years? This will renew an existing capital projects referendum.
Choice
YES
Votes
4198
Percent*
66.76
Est. 100% in
 
 
 
NO
2090
33.24