Those headed to the ballot box will be faced with electing a new mayor and other initiatives, including whether they approve of a city charter amendment to replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a Department of Public Safety, which would be under the control of the mayor and city council.
A majority of voters, meaning 51%, would need to endorse the measure for it to pass.
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Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo addresses the media regarding the proposed charter amendment that would replace the police department, during a new conference at St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church last week in Minneapolis. Voters are headed to the polls Tuesday to decide the matter. (Elizabeth Flores/Star Tribune via AP)