Minnesota Elections Information - 2018
Be a voter in 2018!
The 2018 election is one of the most important elections in years. Control of Congress is up for grabs which will impact President Trump's ability to carry out his dirty water agenda. In Minnesota we're voting for both Senate positions and every member of the House of Representatives. We're also deciding on a new governor, on all state representatives, and some cities and towns are voting for mayor, city council, and more. The stakes are very high. The people who elect will make decisions on a range of issues affecting our water, lands, and our health.
This election is your chance to make sure voice heard. Don't miss the opportunity. Be a voter this year -- during the primary on August 14th and the general election on November 6th.
See who Clean Water Action endorsed here.
Important Election Dates
Primary Election – August 14
- Vote by mail or in person – June 29 through August 13
- Register in vote in advance to save time on Election Day – July 24
General Election Election Day – November 6
- Vote by mail or in person – September 21 through November 5
- Register in vote in advance to save time on Election Day – October 5
What's on the Election Day ballot in 2018?
All Minnesota voters will have these races on their ballot:
- U.S. Senator
- U.S. Senator (special election)
- U.S. Representative
- Governor & Lt. Governor
- Secretary of State
- State Auditor
- Attorney General
- State Representative
- Judicial offices
Voters may have one or more of these races on their ballot:
- County Officers
- City Officers
- School Board Members
- Township Officers
- Hospital Board Members
- Park Board District Members
- Local ballot questions
Find your polling place by visiting the Secretary of State website here.