After a year of debate, countless (very painful) Charter Commission meetings, and a successful community-led petition drive — a public safety charter amendment is going to be on the ballot this November. You should vote yes, and here’s why.Continue reading “Vote Yes for the Minneapolis Public Safety Charter Amendment”
This post was written in consultation with David Brauer’s breaking news spreadsheet that’s taken Minneapolis by storm. This post will be updated — though at a slower pace than the sheet. For live updates, and informed speculation, check the spreadsheet.
This page will only include candidates with a website of some kind or some official registration. I will
strikethrough incumbents who are not running or candidates who drop out.
Many large newspapers and media conglomerates have eccentric billionaire owners who engage in partisan political activity. The news website you’re reading right now is no exception. In order to inform readers about the role of money in politics, the eccentric owner of wedgelive.com set out to *become the money in politics.* This is his story.Continue reading “I am a PAC and so can you!”