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Albertville City Council member Larry Sorensen — who was re-elected through a coin toss this month — says that voter intent laws were not followed by some.
After a recount, a split council vote and a coin toss, Larry Sorensen was re-elected to the Albertville City Council Monday night.
With one vote seperating Albertville City Council candidates Mark Barthel and Larry Sorenson, a subsequent recount resulted in an actual tie. A challenged ballot will go before council tonight.
Schools, Business, Elections
This week's selection includes a new gallery/gift shop, a levy rejected, school boundaries issue, DFL wins and good news for Southwest Light Rail Transit.
Voters in St. Michael broke overwhelmingly for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, while sticking with familiar names for local offices.
St. Michael voters came out with the "Yes" majority when it came to the Marriage Amendment questions on Tuesday's ballot. Voters in the mostly suburban cities Patch covers were more opposed to the constitutional amendment defining marriage.
Albertville City Hall saw record numbers come through and vote Tuesday.
David FitzSimmons, Marion O'Neill, Joe McDonald, Bruce Anderson and Tom Darkenwald
How did your city vote on the constitutional amendment to require photo ID to vote?
Mark Daleiden prevailed over Tom Darkenwald for the District 3 county seat.
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