FULL DEBATE: Minneapolis Mayoral Candidates Face Off at Humphrey School

June 06, 2017 09:28 PM

Seven Minneapolis mayoral candidates squared off at a lunchtime debate Tuesday at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School.

Much of the debate, which was hosted by the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, appropriately focused on business and jobs. And as the Minneapolis City Council took up the issue of a $15 minimum wage at City Hall, it was clear at the mayoral debate about a mile away that the measure had support from a majority of candidates.

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