Expanding Public Safety in Minneapolis
This November, voting #YesOn2 will make Minneapolis safer by bringing safety and health resources under one roof.
A year ago Minneapolis residents sparked a national movement to address police violence, safety, and accountability. This November, voters have the chance to amend the Minneapolis city charter and adopt a public health approach to safety that works for us all.
A better approach that leads to a safer and more just city is possible. By voting Yes on 2, we can establish a new Department of Public Safety that includes mental health experts, police, social workers, and more. Expanding access to trained professionals will ensure that each emergency is met with the proper care and compassion that our community deserves.
This November, vote for a more expansive approach to public safety—one that responds quickly when we call for help, intervenes with appropriate first responders to de-escalate situations, and above all, prioritizes our safety. Together, let’s put our safety and our community first. Vote Yes On 2.
Here’s how to vote Yes on 2 this election
You must be a registered voter to participate in this election. In Minnesota, you can register on Election Day (with proof of residence) at your polling place. Avoid lines at the polls by voting early. Any Minneapolis voter may choose to vote early, no reason needed. Early voting runs from now through November 1 at the Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. You can also vote by mail ballot by completing a paper mail ballot application. Return your application by email, mail, fax, or in-person. If you are voting by mail, it is recommended that you apply for a mail ballot at least 14 days before the election, and mail back your completed ballot at least 7 days before Election Day. All mail ballots must be received by Election Day.