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.
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.
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