The Minnesota Secretary of State website shows that voters may cast their ballots through the mail or in-person as early as Friday, September 17. Technically, early voting begins 46 days ahead of Election Day, which would be September 18. However, that is a Saturday, when city halls are generally closed. So Secretary of State Simon has moved the first day of early voting up to Friday, September 17.
Several southwest Minneapolis metro cities are holding municipal and school board elections. To see a listing of all of the candidates on the sample ballots, and also the dates/locations for League of Women Voters Candidate Forums, click on the tab at the top of the page or from the list below for the specific city of interest.
Bloomington Eden Prairie Edina Hopkins Minnetonka
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Candidates in local elections for City Council and School Board could use your help. The election is over within two months. Please consider contacting the candidates that you support and volunteer.
CLICK on this link and indicate to the SD49 volunteer coordinator the volunteer activities in which you would be interested. With enough volunteers, we will be lit dropping, phone calling, and going out with the candidates to meet voters,
- Sep 17 - Early Voting - Vote by mail or in person Sep 17 -Nov 1
- Oct 12 - Register to Vote by October 12 to save time on Election Day
- Nov 2 - Election Day