|City of St. Paul: Mayor|
|Christopher B. Coleman||23,380||68.7%|
|City of St. Paul: City Question 1|
|Shall Chapter 7 of the City Charter be amended to require that the method for electing the Mayor and City Council members be by Single Transferable Voting, sometimes known as Ranked Choice Voting or Instant Runoff Voting (IRV), which is a method without a separate primary election by which voters rank candidates for an office in order of preference on a single ballot: first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and so on^ and votes are then counted in rounds until one candidate emerges with a majority of votes cast^ and with ballot format and rules for counting votes adopted by ordinance?|
Source: Minnesota Secretary of State
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