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Voting Early By Mail
To vote early by mail, you’ll need to request an absentee ballot . Once you receive your ballot by mail, you’ll need to follow the included instructions to cast your vote and return your ballot.Request an absentee ballot
Voting Early in-person
Many cities are offering in-person early voting. Any Hennepin County eligible voter may vote at the Hennepin County Government Center. Regardless of where you vote in-person, appropriate COVID-19 protection measures including masks and social-distancing are advisable, and may be required. If you plan to vote early in-person, please plan ahead. Contact the county or your city with any questions.
Hennepin County Government Center300 South 6th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55487-0012
Champlin12165 Ensign Ave N, Champlin, MN 55316
Dayton12260 S Diamond Lake Road, Dayton, MN 55327
Independence1920 County Road No 90, Maple Plain, MN 55359
Loretto279 Medina St N, Suite 260, Loretto, MN 55357
Maple Grove12800 Arbor Lakes Parkway N, Maple Grove, MN 55369
Medina2052 County Road 24, Medina, MN 55340
Minnetrista7701 County Rd 110 W, Minnestrista, MN 55364
Mound2415 Wilshire Blvd, Mound, MN 55364
RockfordIn person absentee voting not available
St Bonifacius8535 Kennedy Memorial Dr, St Bonifacius, MN 55375
Voting in-person on election day
Due to COVID-19, Hennepin county is encouraging as many voters as possible to vote early. Voting in-person on election day is still an option. Please take appropriate precuations such as wearing a mask and social distancing. If you have any questions about in-person voting, please contact your city.Find out where and how to vote on election day
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 14, 2020
Contact: Kevin Anderson, 763-226-0047
KEVIN ANDERSON WINS PRIMARY ELECTION IN HENNEPIN COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 7 RACE
Maple Grove, Minn., August 14, 2020 - The final votes have all been counted and District Seven in Hennepin County has a clear cut winner from this week’s primary election for Commissioner. Kevin Anderson has emerged as the victor of the three-way primary race for County Commissioner.
Minnesota held primary elections state-wide on Tuesday, August 11, 2020. Voters were able to cast ballots in-person at polling locations on Tuesday or by mail-in ballots, as long as the ballot was postmarked or delivered to the Hennepin County Election office by Tuesday, August 11. After all votes had been tabulated, the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office issued the final results.
Anderson took the win with more than 43% of the vote, claiming 11,178 votes.
“The results of the primary election have been truly humbling,” said Anderson. “I’m incredibly proud of my campaign team and honored that the voters of District Seven have provided me with the opportunity to seek this position in the general election.”
Anderson’s campaign began in early 2019, focusing on three cornerstone initiatives for Hennepin County: environmental conservation, improving health care services, and investing in transportation infrastructure. “I think the primary results point to the idea that residents of district seven are ready for some positive change in Hennepin County. I’m looking forward to getting to know more voters in the coming months and sharing my values with them,” added Anderson.
Anderson will now face off in a two-way non-partisan race in the general election on Tuesday, November 3, 2020 with early voting starting on September 18th.