Nolle Thanks Community For Support Throughout Campaign

Alejandra Palacios
Updated: November 06, 2019 09:01 AM

Duluth mayoral candidate David Nolle lost to Duluth Mayor Emily Larson in Tuesday's municipal general election.


Nolle lost by 36 percent of the vote. Larson had 64 percent of the vote.

Nolle hosted an election night watch party at Bergey’s Bar in Duluth. Joined by his supporters, Nolle said he felt grateful for what he accomplished in his campaign.

"I'm just appreciative for all the folks just today and over the last four and a half months that I've been out there door knocking and visiting with people who have shared their vision for their group and recognize that Duluth can be so much better," said Nolle.

When asked if he would run for political office in the future, Nolle said he's the type of person to never say never to anything, but had not made a decision as of now.

Moving forward, he said he'll continue to be engaged in the community.

"I'll continue to be engaged civically and continue to set an example for my kids and kids throughout the area and region. Also make a difference in the world, especially for all of our business leaders who are the economic backbone for what makes Duluth what it is and who will make Duluth grow in the future," said Nolle.


Alejandra Palacios

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