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Vote 2015: Research Candidates and Issues

Guide to the 2015 Municipal General Election

Sample Ballots and Polling Info

2015 General Election

In the upcoming election, there are no regularly scheduled state or federal offices up for a vote. 

  • The 2015 general election will feature many city offices and school board members.
    You may also find school district questions on your ballot.
  • To see if you have an election in your area, put your address into the polling place finder or view the full list of election locations for November 3, 2015
  • What's on your ballot will depend on the district you have registered to vote in. As a student, you can choose to register in your hometown or where you currently live while you are in going to school. See Decide Where You Reside.

Municipal Elections

The following municipalities will hold elections for various offices and/or will have ballot questions.

Use the My Ballot tool to see the names of candidates and questions that will be on the ballot for your precinct, and to find links to additional information about the candidates and ballot questions.

School District Elections

Many school districts will be holding elections for school board members and/or will have ballot questions. 

Use the My Ballot tool to see the names of candidates and questions that will be on the ballot for your precinct, and to find links to additional information about the candidates and ballot questions.

Special Elections

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.

 

The General Election on Nov. 3rd will include one special election for the Minnesota Legislative House District 46A (view map). The candidate is running unopposed.

 

Special Elections scheduled for after Nov. 3rd include:

  • Monday, November 9 — Northland Community School District 118
  • Tuesday, November 10 — City of Willmar (Ward 4)
  • Tuesday, November 24 — Perham School District 549
  • Tuesday, December 1
    • Fulda School District 505
    • Milaca School District 912
  • Tuesday, December 8
    • Martin County Commissioner District 3
    • Minnesota Legislative House District 3A (view map)
  • Wednesday, December 9
    • City of Clarkfield