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Residents can vote by mail or cast their ballot in person from Jan. 17 to March 2.
Results will be available on the Minnesota Secretary of State's website.
Get information on finding your polling place, registering on Election Day and election results.
View the number of absentee ballots accepted to date by precinct.
You can request an absentee ballot even if you are not currently registered to vote.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the Special Primary for County Commissioner District 1.
Ramsey County residents can vote early for the primary election for County Commissioner District 1 from Aug. 6-10 and Aug. 12.
Filing is open July 30 - August 13. A packet of filing information, including materials on campaign finance and voter information lists, will be provided to all who file.
Ramsey County Commissioner District 1 voters may choose to vote early for the August 13 Special Primary by using an absentee ballot.
Candidate filing will open June 4. Candidates must file in-person at the Ramsey County Elections Office.
The report highlights primary and general election voter turnout, absentee voting, voter engagement, election judges and seasonal staffing.
The Elections Office can provide voter registration forms and instructions.
We are conducting a survey to help us better understand and serve our residents and businesses – especially relating to property tax, document recording, property valuation and election services.
The polls are now closed. Election results are available at the Secretary of State's website.