Primary Election Results
Upcoming 2020 Elections:
- General Election: November 3, 2020
For more election information, please see the Secretary of State’s website at: Secretary of State Website Link
Vote by Mail:
An Important Message Regarding Voting and COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has recommended social distancing practices to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. In accordance with the CDC’s recommendation, our election officials will take extra precautionary measures in facilitating in-person voting experience. However, we strongly encourage our residents to take advantage of the opportunity to vote from the safety of their homes through mail balloting. The Minnesota Secretary of State’s website provides all the necessary tools for checking voter registration status, registering to vote and voting by mail (absentee balloting)
- Check your registration status: Registration Status
- Register to Vote or Update Your Registration: Register to Vote or Update Information
- Request an Absentee Ballot/Vote by Mail: Request an Absentee Ballot/Vote by Mail
- Video on Voting by Mail (Produced by City of Minneapolis): Voting by Mail Video
- Candidate Filings: Candidate Information
- Track Your Ballot: Track Your Ballot Link
We strongly encourage everyone to vote by mail (see useful link above); however City Hall will be open to vote in person starting September 18, 2020. This will be available during regular office hours M-TH 7:30 am-4:30 pm and Friday from 8 am-11:30 am. If residents feel the need to vote in person, we recommend voting during the direct balloting period of October 27th to November 3rd. City Hall will also be open Saturday, October 31st from 10 am to 3 pm for in-person absentee voting. Voting during direct balloting will allow residents to place their ballots directly into a ballot counter, saving time and minimizing exposure to others during the voting process.
If you are voting in person at City Hall, we will be practicing social distancing and can accommodate two voters at a time. If there are more than 2 people voting we will ask you to wait outside until the next available spot opens up. For voting at City Hall, the process will be set up to encourage foot traffic to flow in one direction, and we will have voters park in the far row of parking by the Fire station. Only park where “Vote Here” signs are located, and please do not park in the Fire Department spots. We will also have signage showing which door to enter, as we will not be using the main entrance for voters to enter – only to exit.
2020 Minnesota Absentee Ballot Application
You can find the 2020 MN Absentee Ballot Application below.