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2006 Minneapolis School Board election results














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2006 Minneapolis School Board election results
















Election results for 2006 Minneapolis school board race
Citywide: 121,234 voters
Potential votes for school board candidate: 484,536
Actual votes cast for school board candidates: 248,044
Undercount: 50%

Voter support for each candidate (as a percentage of all voters)
Citywide

Pam Costain.............61,904.......51%
Tom Madden............48,999.......40%
Chris Stewart............44,968.......37%
T. Williams................41,148.......34%
Christopher Clark.....24,383.......20%
Doug Mann...............24,267.......20%

In 2002 Joseph Erickson finished fourth in an 8 way race with support from 21% of the voters

If 2/3 to 3/4 of voters picked at least one school board candidates in 2006, Doug Mann's share of the vote from school board voters would be in the range of 27 to 30%. T. Williams 45 to 51%, Chris Stewart 49 to 56%, Pam Costain 68 to 77%.

Voter turnout by ward / Votes for Doug Mann (as percent of all voters)

Northside / NW wards
Ward 5........4248.........1001 (23.3%)
Ward 4........7369.........1704 (23%)

Northeast
Ward 1..........9976.............2223 (22%)
Ward 3..........6829.............1385 (20%)

Southeast
Ward 12.........12,984..... ....2,746 (21%)
Ward 9............6,439...........1,473 (23%)
Ward 2............8,773...........1,703 (20%)

South-Central
Ward 8.............8,804...........1,742 (20%)
Ward 11..........12,506..........2,561 (20%)

Southwest
Ward 13...........14,814...........2,699 (18%)
Ward 10.............9,384...........1,656 (17%)
Ward 7............11,629............2,144 (19%)
Ward 6..............5,653............1,031 (18%)

Doug Mann had a 5th place finish or better in a majority of precincts in 7 out of 13 wards, and finished 3rd in 2 precincts in ward 2.

Christopher Clark received more votes than Doug Mann in all but a few precincts in the 4 northern wards and in all but 3 precincts in SW wards 6 &7 (Clark ran for city council in ward 7 against Lisa Goodman in 2005, made it through the primary as a DFLer, and got about 19% of the vote).

North News / Northeaster newspapers, which are distributed to most households of the city's 4 northern wards, had a school board candidates guide in which Doug Mann was identified as a Green, the DFL endorsed candidates as "DFL." Christopher Clark, who ran as an independent, had no party designation.
















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