Are there too many people running to be the next mayor of Minneapolis?

“A record 35 candidates have filed to run for mayor of Minneapolis,” writes MPR News reporter Curtis Gilbert.

The likely leading candidates include City Council members Don Samuels and Betsy Hodges, former council members Jackie Cherryhomes and Dan Cohen, former Hennepin County commissioner Mark Andrew, Park Board Commissioner Bob Fine, business executive Stephanie Woodruff and attorney Cam Winton. But plenty of others want to become mayor.

Today’s Question: Are there too many people running to be the next mayor of Minneapolis?