Join the 7,000 Minneapolis residents who have already voted!
Join the 7,000 Minneapolis residents who have already voted!
Dear Neighbors,
Did you know we have a primary election this year? So far, the City's Early Vote Center has received more than 7,000 ballots - this is thousands more votes than the primary election in 2016 and 2014.
So come out and vote!
The Saturday hours for the Early Vote Center have begun for the August 14 primary election. For the next two weekends, the center will be open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Early Vote Center hours can be found at

The good thing is that early voting is easy.

Any voter can vote early - no special reason is needed. If you vote early you can get more time and attention as well as language access support.

You can also save time by taking these three steps:

1) Make sure you’re registered to vote. Voters can register or check the status of their registrations at

2) Download and complete the absentee ballot application form in advance, and bring it when you go to vote. Find the request form at

3) Look at a sample ballot ahead of time; even bring it to refer to when you go to vote. You can find sample ballots for all 132 Minneapolis precincts at

So what’s on the ballot for the August 14th primary? The following primary races:

U.S. Senator.

U.S. Senator, special election.

United States Representative for District 5.

Governor and Lieutenant Governor.

Attorney General.

Minnesota State Representative (Districts 59A, 59B, 60B, 62A and 62B).

County Commissioner (Districts 2 and 4).

County Sheriff.

Minneapolis School Board at-large members (two seats).

If you have any questions about the voting process, please give us a call at 612-673-2209.

Happy six days of voting!

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Alondra Cano represents the Ninth Ward on the Minneapolis City Council. The Ninth Ward consists of the Central, Corcoran, East Phillips, Midtown Phillips, and Powderhorn Park neighborhoods along with a sliver of Longfellow. Our diverse and vibrant communities boast beautiful parks, a number of thriving small business corridors, the Midtown Exchange, world class hospitals, and an informed and engaged community of changemakers, artists, and activists.
Eat for Equity with
Tamales y Bicicletas
Friday, August 17
5:30 p.m.
Join the Eat for Equity team as they partner with our Phillips urban solution to pollution grassroots group Tamales y Bicicletas.
Call (612) 673-2209
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