Both Minneapolis and St. Paul hold city elections on November 5. In Minneapolis, a candidate can get on the ballot with no petition and a filing fee of $20. There are 35 candidates for Mayor on the ballot. This is probably the most crowded mayoral election ballot in U.S. history.
In St. Paul, where the filing fee is $500, there are only four candidates on the ballot. Thanks to Debra Ramage for this news.