- If you want your problems and problems of
the city to be heard by Mayor of Brooklyn
Park, and if you want to get real help in
resolving them, vote for Yelena S.

- If you want to help Yelena S. Kurdyumova
really reduce crime rate in Brooklyn Park,
bring new jobs for Brooklyn Park residents,
attract new small and average businesses,
such as restaurants, shops, repair shops,
child care...., to Brooklyn Park, stop taxes on
homes from going up every year, clean our
parks of trash and drug traffic, be in contact
with her via e-mail,
contact page, mail,
Send her your proposals, ideas and
concerns which were not resolved by City
Departments - Licensing, Code enforcement,
Police, etc. Send her copies of your inquiries
into City Departments and answers which
you received.

Make a note on your calendar to come to
your polling place
on November 6, 2018 and

             for Yelena S. Kurdyumova  

by writing her name into spare box for
Brooklyn Park Mayor on November 6, 2018

368 residents from Central, East and West districts of Brooklyn Park, with whom Yelena
discussed her program between May 22 and June 5, 2018, approved her program, real ways
to implement it, and signed her nomination petition.
At primary election on August 14 Yelena got 1025 votes, was the 3rd.
That is why her name won't be printed on the ballot for November 6 elections.
Her name needs to be written into spare box on the ballot!
If you are interested in real improvement of life in Brookyn Park - lower crime, new jobs for
Brooklyn Park residents, stopping growth of taxes on homes in Brooklyn Park, opening of
new restaurants, shops, repair shops, parks free of trash and drug traffic - than you must
vote for Yelena S. Kurdyumova at Brooklyn Park
at general election on November 6, 2018!
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Yelena S. Kurdyumova and her
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Yelena is one of four candidates for Mayor of
Brooklyn Park. This is the right time to make the
right choice!
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Yelena's program and ways of its
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Absentee voting
If you find that you are unable to get to your polling
place on Election Day, you can vote by casting an
absentee ballot before Election Day.
Voters no
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In person absentee voting schedule:
For August 14, 2018 Primary Election
June 29 to August 13
Monday - Friday from 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday, August 11, from 10 am to 3 pm.
For November 6, 2018. General Election
September 21 to November 5
Monday- Friday 8 am to 5 pm  
Saturday November 3, from 10 am to 3pm
In person absentee voting will be held at the
Water Treatment Facility Office, 5100 Edinbrook
which is across the street from City Hall.
If you moved in recently and have lived
20 days in Brooklyn Park but aren't registered to
vote yet, you can still use in-person absentee voting.
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with your address in Brooklyn Park, same
as on election day
. Check required documents
by this link
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City's web site.
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materials to you soon after receiving your
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Secretary of State
                       Dear friends, residents of Brooklyn Park!
Vote for me and use your chance to clean Brooklyn Park off crime, to stop growth of taxes on our
homes, to clean parks off trash and drug trafficking.
I remember what you reported to me and what I documented listening to you: cars stolen from your
driveways and garages, homes and business offices broken in, cars broken in and tools and
equipment stolen, bicycles stolen from garage racks, damaged fences, bad work of the Police and
Code Enforcement and Public Health Department, trash and drug traffic in the parks, absence of
lights in the parks.
And I remember how you approved of the city rule I am working at, which is the
key point for real lowing of crime in our city.  
I spoke to over 1000 households in Brooklyn Park during 2016 election campaign and to 368
households this June.I remember your wry smiles and laughs when I showed to you distributed by
city employees banner, stating that
“92% proud to live in Brooklyn Park” and that the city has
“lowest crime rate in
30 years
.” I remember your statements: "it isn't true, crime is growing in the city, we don't belong to
this 92%, we try to hide, when asked, that we live in Brooklyn Park, because of its reputation."
I remember your questions if I know the nickname of Brooklyn Park, which is called "Crooklyn park"
by people from the neighboring cities.  
I want to change this. I want Brooklyn Park to get positive image of the city save to live and to have
business in.
Yelena S. Kurdyumova
Yelena S. Kurdyumova - Independent candidate for Mayor of Brooklyn Park.
Listen to Yelena's statement of August 9, 2018!
Vote for Yelena at Brooklyn Park general elections on November 6, 2018 by writing
her name into spare box
for Brooklyn Park Mayor on November 6, 2018 ballot(according to
Minn. Stat. §204C.22 subd.4)
Absentee voting starts September 21! Scroll down to see more.
It is very important to spell my first and last name correctly
Y-E-L-E-N-A  S.  K-U-R-D-Y-U-M-O-V-A  and to stay within the
box. Don't put any of your signatures or initials.
Don’t place pre-printed stickers on the ballot in the write-in space
       Yelena S. Kurdyumova is the only right candidate for Mayor of Brooklyn Park.  She has got clear,
precise and coherent program
of changing life in Brooklyn Park for the better and improving its image.
However, Brooklyn Park can become attractive and thriving, only if, developed by Yelena new city
rule obligating landlords to do criminal background checks of their prospective renters, is added to
City Rules and enforced.      
or lose!
See links to very interesting articles telling about multiple successes of voters in different
states, who achieved election of write-in candidates for public offices through writing in their
names into spare boxes on the ballots at general elections.
Senator Lisa Murkowski wins Alaska write-in campaign     
How 22,800 Write-In Votes Changed the Alabama Senate Election
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Wins as a Write-In Candidate…   
History: Write-in candidates that have been elected
On August 20, 2018 Yelena addressed voters with 3-minute post-primary election video statement.
See on Runglobalmedia Channel:
On August 17, 2018, Yelena
S. Kurdyumova answered
the question of Sun post
Brooklyn Park newspaper
Kevin Miller about her
reaction to the results of
primary elections by sending
her Letter to the Editor, which
was published in August 23
edition of the newspaper.
Reed in on-line version of
Sun Post
I hope that the article of US Congressman Thomas Massie, representing Kentucky, “Russia
Hysteria Undercuts Our Values, Impedes Relations” published on August 16, 2018 in Real Clear
(see the article), will help Brooklyn Park constituents to make their right choice by writing
me into spare box for Brooklyn Park Mayor on November 6, 2018 ballot.