This weekend, the DFL had a party to pick a candidate for mayor in Minneapolis.

The only problem is, they didn't pick anybody.

And three weeks ago in St. Paul, the exact same thing happened.

Democrats running for mayor fought for it, and in the end, no one got it.

So if the DFL couldn't agree on one person to endorse for mayor in either city, what does that say about the state of harmony among twin cities Democrats?

Jana Shortal gives us some insight.