Minnesota municipal elections: How to vote, what's on the ballot
Voters across Minnesota head to the polls on Tuesday for the 2023 municipal elections.
Why it matters: The results will impact everything from school curriculums to sales tax levels in communities across the state.
What to expect: The early vote totals suggest turnout will, as is usually the case, lag midterm and presidential years.
- That means a relatively small number of voters could have a big impact on the policies and politics of these communities.
Be smart: Here's what you need to know to vote on Election Day:
⏰ Polling places typically open at 7am and close at 8pm.
📍 Find yours via the Secretary of State.
🙋 If you still need to register, you can do it in person before you vote. Check this list of what to bring.
👀 See what races and questions you'll vote on by generating a sample ballot.
🥈 Some cities, including Minneapolis and St. Paul, use ranked-choice voting. Here's a refresher on that process.
✔️ Initial results will be available on the Secretary of State's website after polls close, but local election offices will provide updates on secondary rounds for ranked-choice races.
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