This is the only way to lead in to a zoning appeal.

RT @_KennyUong_@twitter.com

Omg the neighboring city of stepped up their City Council Meeting intro game!

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/_KennyUong_/status

RT @VoteMpls@twitter.com

Kudos to the 71,026 voters who cast absentee ballots over the past 46-day period. Remember, polls open at 7 a.m. tomorrow. Check to confirm the location of your polling place at:
ow.ly/7use50AW3lC

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/VoteMpls/status/12

RT @CallaghanPeter@twitter.com

From Minnesota Secretary of State
637,463 absentee ballots have been requested.
So far, 423,032 have been returned and accepted.

Compare that to total state vote in 2016 primary: 294,797

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/CallaghanPeter/sta

RT @nickmagrino@twitter.com

pretty heavy traffic around the early vote center to drop off primary ballots

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/nickmagrino/status

RT @jeromethink@twitter.com

This was my big takeaway. The mayor agreed that bold action was needed, but when pressed on what bold change he would enact, he didn’t offer any. He seemed to think the bold action would not be from the city, but from the legislature (re: arbitration) twitter.com/jasoncomix/status/ twitter.com/jasoncomix/status/

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/jeromethink/status

Jason and Jerome had an hour-long conversation with Mayor Frey last night.

RT @jasoncomix@twitter.com

First off, I want to thank my friend Jerome aka @jeromethink@twitter.com for joining in the call and lending his thoughts and voice to the debate. I appreciate him a ton. Second, I have to acknowledge that Mayor Frey made time in his schedule on a Sunday night to have this discussion.

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/jasoncomix/status/

If you're worried about your mail-in ballot for any reason, you can use the MN Secretary of State website to check if it's been delivered to election authorities in your area.
mnvotes.sos.state.mn.us/Absent

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RT @WedgeLIVE@twitter.com

This account is moving full time to setting Tim Walz's violent gestures to the sounds of the 80s.

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/WedgeLIVE/status/1

This account is moving full time to setting Tim Walz's violent gestures to the sounds of the 80s.

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Cam Gordon teasing us about a candidate testing his Green Party loyalty is the oldest trick in Minneapolis politics. We know you're going to write in Jill Stein, Cam.

RT @CameronAGordon@twitter.com

Wow. Almost makes ME want to cross party lines to vote for Ilhan. twitter.com/jeremyslevin/statu

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/CameronAGordon/sta

Rejection of light-rail route gives transit planners an opportunity to bypass transit dependent residents of North Minneapolis one more time.
startribune.com/rejection-of-l

It's probably for the best that people will be watching from home this year. It's hard to keep tour guests safe in situations where the cats aren't safely contained behind glass. There have been times where I cut corners and sacrificed your safety. For that I'm truly sorry.

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Whether your top issues are Ward Six or Star Six, every vote matters. If you haven't voted early, make sure you know where you're voting on Tuesday.

RT @VoteMpls@twitter.com

Voting at the polls on Tuesday? Look up your polling place before you go! In Minneapolis, we have moved 50 polling places to protect those living in residential facilities & to use larger spaces better suited for social distancing.

Poll Finder: pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/VoteMpls/status/12

"Star Six" has become just another one of those anti-police slogans indecipherable to mom and dad, like "Fuck 12" and "ACAB," which stands for:

[A]ll
[C]alls from Kroll
[A]re
[B]eing muted

Yard sign analysis: white people mangling the name of a civil rights leader makes me suspect it wasn't the civil rights leadership that affected their opinion here.

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I don't often get emotional about yard signs. But this yard sign just hanging out in the rain, wanting you to know it has friends.

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