Council to consider ordinance to allow for ranked choice voting
The Minnetonka City Council will soon consider an ordinance to amend the city charter to allow for the possibility of ranked choice voting in city elections.
The ordinance was introduced at the Monday, May 18, 2020 city council meeting. The council will hold a public hearing and act on the ordinance at its June 8, 2020 meeting. If adopted, the ordinance will be submitted to the charter commission for review.
Voters, not the city council, will ultimately decide whether Minnetonka will use ranked choice voting for city elections.
Visit minnetonkamn.gov/rankedchoicevoting to learn more.