MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A Hennepin County commissioner has entered the Minneapolis mayoral race with a promise to make the streets cleaner and safer and to keep a tight rein on corporate subsidies.
Mark Stenglein, running as an independent, focused on basic city services in announcing his candidacy Monday. He also made an appeal to fiscally conservative voters.
"Because I trust the taxpayer when it comes to spending his or her money, my goal is to give the best return on your tax investment," he said.
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