Jack Russek and Matt Walker
Bruce Anderson (R) and Jim Bakula (DFL)
Christine Brazelton (DFL) and Tom Emmer (R)
Michele Bachmann (R), El Tinklenburg (DFL), and Bob Anderson (I)
For mayor, Bruce Johnson and Wayne Murphy. For city council, Carl Harju, Butch Amundsen, Chad Wuollet, Matt Stumpf and Mark Curlew.
Both incumbents, Holly Schrupp and Marc Plese, have re-filed, as have Janice Braegelmann-Schweiss, Lee Bunker, Harlan Lewis, Derek Schansberg, and Betsy Stolfa.
For mayor, Rick Lammers. For city council, Mike Mitchell, Tom Kutz, and Jan Gilmer.
For mayor, Andy Kauffman, Tim Hackenmiller, and Lloyd Johnson. For Montrose council, Jeff Peterson, Mary McCarty, Joe DeBauche, Georgina Woidyla, Scott Jensen, Lisa Ellwoods, and Jason Simmons.
For mayor, Ken Antil. For Waverly council, Gary Olson, Keith Harris, Connie Holmes, and Charlie Brown.
Dr. Tracy McConkey, Irene Bender, Jenny Lee, Mark Linder and Matt Cron.
Both incumbents, Peter Brasket and Sarah Gallagher, have re-filed, as have Amy Johnson and Sam Nelson. Kevin Max and Lorrie Mulholland did not refile.
Paul Weibel, Michelle Heuer, Charlie Weber, Fred Yerke, Jesse Tintes, Dan Schaible, and Al Doering.
A local guide to judges on the ballot for November
Statewide, there are three court races that will appear on the November ballot, two seats on the Minnesota Supreme Court and one seat on the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
The amendment will change the Minnesota Constitution to increase the sales tax on purchases in Minnesota, with the funds designated to four seperate funds: an outdoor heritage fund, a clean water fund, a parks and trails fund, and an arts and cultural heritage fund.