Duluth City Council at-large election results

Duluth voters had a wide field of candidates to choose from for two open at-large city council posts in Tuesday’s primary election. The eight candidates running for the two open posts were narrowed down to four who will now move on to the November general election.

The unofficial tally shows the four top vote-getters from Tuesday’s primary are incumbent city councilor Arik Forsman, Lynn Marie Nephew, Miranda Pacheco and Jenna Yeakle.

35-year old Forsman was appointed to the council in 2018 to an At-Large seat, and then won the same spot in 2019. Forsman works at Minnesota power in an economic development position and resides in Duluth’s Kenwood neighborhood.

45-year old Lynn Marie Nephew is a licenses realtor in Minnesota and Wisconsin. She is a UMD grad and lives in the Congdon neighborhood.

42-year old Miranda Pacheco has an associates degree from Fond du Lac and Community College and lives in West Duluth and is employed as an addiction counselor and inclusivity consultant.

32-year old Jenna Yeakle lives in the Denfeld neighborhood and is a community organizer. Yeakle has a masters degree in public health.

On November 7th, Duluth voters will select two candidates from these four to serve on the city council.