A recent poll shows that with two months left before Election Day, there's no clear leader among the 35 candidates for Minneapolis mayor.
From MPR News:
No candidate musters more than a meager 16 percent of first-choice votes, the Star Tribune reports.
City Council Member Don Samuels and former Council President Dan Cohen were tied for first place in the poll with 16 percent apiece. Council Member Betsy Hodges had 14 percent, followed by former Hennepin County Board Chair Mark Andrew with 10 percent.
Samuels, Cohen, Hodges and Andrew's results all fell within the survey's 3.5 percent margin of error.
MPR News' Curtis Gilbert gives us an update on the race.