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Guys, I am ON IT.





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i await Deadspin writing about CRZ too.



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One of the local zines interviewed me via email last month, and have finally published it online. I probably would alter some of my answers if I were doing it again THIS week, but the main "scoop" is something I know a lot of you have been waiting for me to say. ;-)

Check it out at Stubble Magazine (stubblemag.com) or wait for me to Facebook it up when I'm home tonight.

I have several candidate questionnaires to come and this morning I taped an interview with the community radio station - all of it will end up on the Facebook page for sure, and I'm sure I'll link to some of them here to keep you interested as well.

But really, go hit that "Facebook" page (facebook.com). While you're there, please use your powers of "Like" and "Share" if/as you see fit.



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My brother lives in Richfield, so he can't vote for you. :-(
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Quick - have them fix this quote:

the concept of a very minimalist government which stayed out of the way and left folks alone with their liberty so long as they were harming others really appealed to me

Unless, ya know, you meant it that way.
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He's no Mike Gravel.
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My candidate interview was broadcast earlier this week (I think) on our community radio station, KFAI:

http://kfai.org/news/2013/09/38665 (6:49)

This was all that survived editing out of a 20-30 minute interview - I was originally worried I'd have some trouble speaking off the cuff, but I think I only audibly lost my train of thought, like, once or twice. Not sure if folks will know when I'm funnin', and taking a lot of what I said seriously probably won't do me any favours. ;-)



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Hey, some Libertarian dude had me on his podcast to talk about my campaign, my party affiliation, and if the two have much of anything to do with each other! There's also a lot of stuff that won't be of interest to almost anybody outside Minneapolis - and maybe not even them - but I know you love all my insider stuff, right? So click over here:

http://lionsofliberty.com/2013/10/01/lions-of-liberty-podcast-ep-4-crz-for-mayor/

It says it's 56 minutes, but I'm only in the first 40 if you're one of those jerks who sneaks out early.

If you ACTUALLY listen to this....well, I'll be shocked, but please let me know what you thought.



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And the last of my 34 opponent profiles has been posted to the Facebook page! It's a bit like my old California gubernatorial recall project except this time I finished. If you haven't already, please head over to http://facebook.com/CRZforMayor and slap that Like button for me. (If I were really smart, I'd just put a button here for you to press but I'm not feeling that smart given that it's almost 5 in the morning.)

Also, if you don't want to talk there, we can talk here or on Twitter or practically anywhere. We're just under three weeks to Election Day!



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How many likes are you up to? I can't access Facebook from work. You know, work and all.



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#51 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.48
    Originally posted by pieman
    How many likes are you up to? I can't access Facebook from work. You know, work and all.
I try not to access Facebook from work either...I think it's around 130, give or take.



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Exactly 130 as of right now.
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I just saw your name on the WCCO news as they were talking about the balloting system. Sadly, I don't live in Minneapolis, however.



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    Originally posted by Excalibur05
    I just saw your name on the WCCO news as they were talking about the balloting system. Sadly, I don't live in Minneapolis, however.
Thanks! I'll see if they put the video up overnight.



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    Originally posted by CRZ
      Originally posted by Excalibur05
      I just saw your name on the WCCO news as they were talking about the balloting system. Sadly, I don't live in Minneapolis, however.
    Thanks! I'll see if they put the video up overnight.

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2013/10/29/ranked-choice-voting-for-mpls-mayor-explained/



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Hey, the ballot's not in alphabetical order! I would have thought you'd get a little extra oomph for being listed last!



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    Originally posted by pieman
    Hey, the ballot's not in alphabetical order! I would have thought you'd get a little extra oomph for being listed last!
The order is randomized, and then they start with a different name for each of our 117 precincts with an attempt to give each name the same percentage of the populace. I DO have the longest name on the ballot, even longer than the folks with nicknames listed. I'm also the only guy between two women!



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On second thought, let's give this its own thread.

(edited by CRZ on 5.11.13 0022)


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Here are the preliminary results after the first round.

Democratic-Farmer-Labor            BETSY HODGES               28935 36.55%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor    MARK ANDREW 19584 24.74%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor    DON SAMUELS 8335 10.53%
independent responsible inclusive  CAM WINTON 7511 9.49%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor   JACKIE CHERRYHOMES 3524 4.45%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor    BOB FINE 2094 2.64%
Jobs Downtown Casino     DAN COHEN 1798 2.27%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor   STEPHANIE WOODRUFF 1010 1.28%
Simplify Government    MARK V ANDERSON 975 1.23%
Green Party    DOUG MANN 779 0.98%
Republican     OLE SAVIOR 693 0.88%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor    ALICIA K. BENNETT 351 0.44%
Green Party     JAMES EVERETT 347 0.44%
We the people…     ABDUL M RAHAMAN "THE ROCK" 338 0.43%
Count All Rankings     CAPTAIN JACK SPARROW 264 0.33%
Socialist Workers Party   TONY LANE 219 0.28%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor    MIKE GOULD 204 0.26%
Pirate Party     KURTIS W. HANNA 200 0.25%
Stop Foreclosures Now     JAYMIE KELLY 196 0.25%
Libertarian Party     CHRISTOPHER CLARK 188 0.24%
Libertarian     CHRISTOPHER ROBIN ZIMMERMAN 170 0.21%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor  JEFFREY ALAN WAGNER 164 0.21%
Local Energy/Food   TROY BENJEGERDES 148 0.19%
Independent    NEAL BAXTER 145 0.18%
Democratic-Farmer-Labor    GREGG A. IVERSON 144 0.18%
End Homelessness Now     JOSHUA REA 108 0.14%
Jobs & Justice     MERRILL ANDERSON 108 0.14%
Last Minneapolis Mayor   BILL KAHN 97 0.12%
Independent     JOHN LESLIE HARTWIG 97 0.12%
Legacy-Next Generation     EDMUND BERNARD BRUYERE 70 0.09%
Independence party   RAHN V. WORKCUFF 65 0.08%
The people's choice     JAMES "JIMMY" L. STROUD JR. 64 0.08%
Demand Transit Revolution    BOB "AGAIN" CARNEY JR 56 0.07%
Police Reform   CYD GORMAN 39 0.05%
Lauraist Communist     JOHN CHARLES WILSON 37 0.05%
Undeclared Write-In     ALL WRITE-IN** 117 0.15%

If I understand the rules correctly (and it's entirely possible that I don't), they can only eliminate Wilson (EDIT: and all the undeclared write-ins...which is all 117 of them) tonight, because theoretically it's possible for Gorman to pick up enough votes to pass Carney. (EDIT: Actually, I'm not even totally sure if they can eliminate Wilson because the write-ins should go first.)

I also received 435 (0.63%) #2 rankings and 422 (0.69%) #3 rankings. That's a total of 1027 votes amongst all rankings - not too shabby! About 1/30th of what I was aiming for to win... but it's only my first major race. ;-)

(EDIT 2: I should add that 1027 votes won't get me higher than 8th [and there's very little chance of me even getting that high] so I did tweet a concession.)
(edited by CRZ on 5.11.13 2235)

(edited by CRZ on 5.11.13 2252)

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Because what else was I gonna do, here are the 2nd and 3rd choices' tallies:

2ND CHOICE
1 Democratic-Farmer-Labor BETSY HODGES 14399 20.74%
3 Democratic-Farmer-Labor     DON SAMUELS 14170 20.41%
2 Democratic-Farmer-Labor     MARK ANDREW 12757 18.37%
5 Democratic-Farmer-Labor     JACKIE CHERRYHOMES 6470 9.32%
6 Democratic-Farmer-Labor     BOB FINE 3751 5.40%
4 independent responsible inclusive  CAM WINTON 3751 5.40%
7 Jobs Downtown Casino     DAN COHEN 2283 3.29%
8 Democratic-Farmer-Labor     STEPHANIE WOODRUFF 2128 3.07%
10 Green Party     DOUG MANN 1052 1.52%
9 Simplify Government     MARK V ANDERSON 1035 1.49%
11 Republican     OLE SAVIOR 795 1.15%
12 Democratic-Farmer-Labor     ALICIA K. BENNETT 628 0.90%
15 Count All Rankings     CAPTAIN JACK SPARROW 583 0.84%
13 Green Party     JAMES EVERETT 550 0.79%
20 Libertarian Party     CHRISTOPHER CLARK 449 0.65%
21 Libertarian     CHRISTOPHER ROBIN ZIMMERMAN 435 0.63%
19 Stop Foreclosures Now     JAYMIE KELLY 419 0.60%
17 Democratic-Farmer-Labor     MIKE GOULD 368 0.53%
14 We the people…     ABDUL M RAHAMAN "THE ROCK" 363 0.52%
24 Independent     NEAL BAXTER 337 0.49%
22 Democratic-Farmer-Labor     JEFFREY ALAN WAGNER 292 0.42%
16 Socialist Workers Party     TONY LANE 265 0.38%
18 Pirate Party    KURTIS W. HANNA 250 0.36%
23 Local Energy/Food     TROY BENJEGERDES 224 0.32%
25 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    GREGG A. IVERSON 215 0.31%
26 End Homelessness Now    JOSHUA REA 190 0.27%
27 Jobs & Justice     MERRILL ANDERSON 190 0.27%
29 Independent    JOHN LESLIE HARTWIG 185 0.27%
28 Last Minneapolis Mayor    BILL KAHN 164 0.24%
31 Independence party     RAHN V. WORKCUFF 118 0.17%
33 Demand Transit Revolution    BOB "AGAIN" CARNEY JR 98 0.14%
32 The people's choice    JAMES "JIMMY" L. STROUD JR. 98 0.14%
34 Police Reform    CYD GORMAN 96 0.14%
35 Lauraist Communist    JOHN CHARLES WILSON 66 0.10%
30 Legacy-Next Generation    EDMUND BERNARD BRUYERE 59 0.08%
Undeclared Write-In     ALL WRITE-IN** 195 0.28%

3RD CHOICE
3 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    DON SAMUELS 11178 18.38%
2 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    MARK ANDREW 8977 14.76%
5 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    JACKIE CHERRYHOMES 8045 13.23%
1 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    BETSY HODGES 6742 11.08%
6 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    BOB FINE 4506 7.41%
4 independent responsible inclusive  CAM WINTON 3974 6.53%
8 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    STEPHANIE WOODRUFF 2633 4.33%
7 Jobs Downtown Casino    DAN COHEN 2072 3.41%
15 Count All Rankings    CAPTAIN JACK SPARROW 1440 2.37%
10 Green Party    DOUG MANN 1105 1.82%
9 Simplify Government    MARK V ANDERSON 905 1.49%
12 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    ALICIA K. BENNETT 854 1.40%
13 Green Party    JAMES EVERETT 806 1.33%
11 Republican    OLE SAVIOR 657 1.08%
17 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    MIKE GOULD 548 0.90%
20 Libertarian Party    CHRISTOPHER CLARK 531 0.87%
24 Independent    NEAL BAXTER 493 0.81%
25 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    GREGG A. IVERSON 437 0.72%
21 Libertarian    CHRISTOPHER ROBIN ZIMMERMAN 422 0.69%
18 Pirate Party    KURTIS W. HANNA 418 0.69%
19 Stop Foreclosures Now    JAYMIE KELLY 412 0.68%
16 Socialist Workers Party    TONY LANE 397 0.65%
22 Democratic-Farmer-Labor    JEFFREY ALAN WAGNER 375 0.62%
14 We the people…    ABDUL M RAHAMAN "THE ROCK" 367 0.60%
23 Local Energy/Food    TROY BENJEGERDES 323 0.53%
26 End Homelessness Now    JOSHUA REA 267 0.44%
29 Independent    JOHN LESLIE HARTWIG 248 0.41%
27 Jobs & Justice    MERRILL ANDERSON 216 0.36%
28 Last Minneapolis Mayor    BILL KAHN 194 0.32%
33 Demand Transit Revolution    BOB "AGAIN" CARNEY JR 172 0.28%
31 Independence party    RAHN V. WORKCUFF 162 0.27%
32 The people's choice    JAMES "JIMMY" L. STROUD JR. 154 0.25%
34 Police Reform    CYD GORMAN 136 0.22%
35 Lauraist Communist    JOHN CHARLES WILSON 112 0.18%
30 Legacy-Next Generation    EDMUND BERNARD BRUYERE 83 0.14%
Undeclared Write-In   ALL WRITE-IN** 463 0.76%
Elections has some additional stats:
TOTAL BALLOTS CAST 80101
Maximum possible threshold 40051
overvotes 93
undervotes 834

It's not entirely impossible Hodges won't get over 40K, but we may get down to 3-4 candidates before it happens. And if it DOESN'T happen, we'll have to eliminate 33 candidates. Mark Andrew probably could have waited for his quasi-concession until tomorrow.

(edited by CRZ on 5.11.13 2345)

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