Election Day 2019 - Nov. 5th, 2019
WHAT'S ON MY BALLOT?
Not all areas of Minnesota will have elections in 2019. Voters may (or may not) have one or more of these races on their ballot:
- City Officers
- School Board Members
- Township Officers
- Local ballot questions
Candidates for offices elected at the November 5, 2019 Municipal and School District General Elections can be found using the candidate finder provided by the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State. Click here to learn about candidates on your ballot!
WHERE DO I GO TO VOTE?
You can use the polling place finder from the Minnesota Secretary of State to see where you can vote if there is an election taking place. Click here to find your voting location.
Residents across the metro will head to the polls on Tuesday for municipal elections. In St. Paul, all seven members of the city council and four school board seats are on the ballot, as is a controversial ballot referendum on the future of organized trash collection.
Residents can find their polling location, as well as a sample ballot, on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website, sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting. Polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
If you’re looking for information on who is running, learn about the candidates for races in Dakota, Ramsey and Washington counties at tinyurl.com/Election2019Suburbs.
In the suburbs, voters in Falcon Heights and St. Paul Park will choose mayors. Voters in Cottage Grove, Falcon Heights, St. Paul Park and White Bear Lake’s Ward 5 will choose members of their respective city councils.
School board elections are scheduled in the Hastings, Mounds View, Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan, South Washington County and White Bear Lake school districts. In addition, six east metro school districts are asking taxpayers for added funding through local levy referendums.