2019 Election Dates
28Vote by mail or in person
June 28 through August 12
for the Primary
23Register in advance by
July 23 to save time on
Primary Election Day
20Vote by mail or in person
September 20 through
15Register in advance by
October 15 to save time
on Election Day
Detailed election administration calendars are also available.
What's on the Election Day ballot in 2019?
Not all areas of Minnesota will have elections in 2019. Use the Polling Place Finder to see what elections, if any, are coming up.
Voters may have one or more of these races on their ballot:
- City Officers
- School Board Members
- Township Officers
- Local ballot questions
Special elections are used to fill vacant offices or decide ballot questions; they can be scheduled at various times during the year, and may be held in conjunction with a regularly scheduled election.
Future Election Dates
|Year||Precinct Caucus*||March Township||Primary||General Election|
*Caucus dates as set by Minnesota Statutes 202A.14, unless the chairs of the two largest major political parties jointly notify the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State of a different date by March 1 of the preceding year.
Beginning in 2018, special elections may only be held on certain dates. See Special Elections for more information.
The 2020 Presidential Primary is scheduled for 3/3/20 unless major party chairs agree on a different date by 3/1/19.