At-Large Duluth City Council race set for November election

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DULUTH, MN — Voters on Tuesday narrowed the field for Duluth’s At Large City Council race.

Voters chose Noah Hobbs, Arik Forsman, Mike Mayou and Derek Medved to advance to the November general election.

That’s when voters will narrow the list down to two candidates.

The seats are currently held by incumbents Noah Hobbs and Arik Forsman.

Hobbs received 24.94 percent of the vote with 3,313 votes, Forsman with 26.87 percent at 3,570 votes, Mayou had 17.6 percent of the vote with 2,338 votes and Medved had 22.6 percent with 3,003.

Full results can be found here.

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