How does ranked-choice voting work?
This year's election represents a major test for ranked-choice voting in Minneapolis. Thirty-five candidates are competing in the most hotly contested mayor's race the city has seen in 20 years.
Under the city's ranked-choice voting system, also called instant runoff voting, voters choose up to three candidates and rank them — first choice, second choice, third choice.
This video, a high definition update to one we produced four years ago, explains how the votes will be counted.
Know who your top three candidates are? Read the profiles of the top 8 candidates.
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