Vote early in-person

Early voting started Friday, September 20 and ends November 4 (election day is November 5). Here's how to vote early in-person:

If you live within the City of Minnetonka, vote early at Minnetonka City Hall, 14600 Minnetonka Boulevard, Minnetonka, in conjunction with the City Council election. City Hall is on the north side of Minnetonka Boulevard, despite some GPS indicating it is on the south side.

District residents who live in Chanhassen, Deephaven, Excelsior, Eden Prairie, Greenwood, Shorewood, Tonka Bay, Victoria or Woodland may early Absentee Vote at the Minnetonka District Service Center, 5621 County Road 101, Minnetonka. This is the building directly north of Clear Springs Elementary. You will enter by the same stoplight for Clear Spring Elementary. You will fill out an application upon arrival and then will be given a paper ballot. The ballot can then be taken home and mailed in to the county (the address is already on the ballot), but must be received by county on or before Nov. 5 Plan to start this process by October 15.

When you can vote:

  1. September 20 - November 4: Monday-Friday, 8am - 4:30pm
  2. Monday, November 4: extended hours until 5pm

Absentee vote by mail

Absentee voting by mail is a two-step process (must be received by November 5 – plan to start this process by October 15):

STEP 1: Complete an application to vote absentee

  • Download the application here
  • Complete, sign and return by mail, email or fax. Once your application is received, a ballot with instructions will be mailed to you

STEP 2: Complete and return your absentee ballot

  • After you apply (step 1), you will receive a ballot by mail. Complete and return, using the instructions sent with the ballot. Please allow extra time for mail delivery, as ballots received after election day will not be counted

Vote on Election Day, November 5

On November 5, polls are open from 7am – 8pm. School district polling locations are combined and may be different from where you voted in 2018.

Find your polling place here with the state's Polling Place Finder

You may vote if...

You are all of the following:

  1. 18 years of age or older on Election Day
  2. A US citizen
  3. A Minnesota resident for at least 20 days before the election
  4. A resident of Minnetonka Public School District #276
  5. Have not had your right to vote revoked by a court

In Minnesota, you may register at the polls on Election Day. You will need proof of your identity and proof of the address where you are living on Election Day.

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