City needs incumbent mayor's skills to tackle crime and focus on housing.
On key issues, incumbent mayor is best choice to lead city.
City Question 1 offers Minneapolis a chance to fix broken City Hall structure.
Amendment would enable defunding, not real reform Minneapolis needs.
St. Paul's proposal would flirt with long-recognized domino effects, and a ballot question in Minneapolis opens the door for the same.
His record of pragmatic leadership makes him the strongest candidate.
She's a fresh voice who offers reasoned analysis of critical issues.
He knows what the ward needs and has an impressive background of civic service.
They are the best choices over disappointing incumbents on Minneapolis' North Side.
He is a pragmatic and practical voice on the Minneapolis City Council.
Longest-serving council member's skills, experience are needed more than ever.
Incumbent Mpls. City Council member is a passionate public servant.
Michael 'Mickey' Moore in the Ninth Ward and Alicia Gibson in the 10th would make the council stronger.
After additional reporting, the Star Tribune Editorial Board can't recommend Minneapolis Ninth Ward candidate.
First-time candidate wants to focus on serving constituents in the 11th Ward over serving an ideological agenda.
He can be a well-rounded force on the Minneapolis City Council.
On policing and other issues, incumbent has been a hardworking leader.
At-large candidates Meg Forney, Mary McKelvey and Charles Rucker get the nod.
Recommended: Thompson, Alper, Shaffer, Musich and Abene.
Farnsworth, Foster, Henderson and Vue get the nod for open board seats.