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What you need to Know for the 2019 Elections?

 

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What Elections are happening this year?

Municipal* and School districts will be on the ballot for this 2019 fall election. * Municipal means the city or town’s governing body (ex. Mayor or Council Member)

Not all areas of Minnesota will have an election – Click here to see if your area will hold an election

Who are the Candidates this year – Click here to see the candidates.

St. Paul City Council is on the ballot – Click here to see the candidates.

Bloomington – Click here to see the candidates.

Important Dates

June 28 – Vote by Mail or in Person June 28th through August 12 for the primary

July 23 – Register in advance by July 23 to save time on Primary Election Day

August 13 – Primary election*

September – Vote by mail or in person September 20 through November 4th

October 15- Register in advance by October 15 to save time on Election Day

November 5 – Election Day

*Primary election is to indicate their preference for a candidate in an upcoming General election.

Click here to find your polling place

To register at your polling place on Election day, bring one proof of residence (Click Here to see what qualifies)

November 5th is Election Day

Voting in Minnesota

Who can vote in Minnesota?

You must be:

All information on voting can be found on the Minnesota Secretary of State page

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