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Early voting open for August elections

Absentee voting is now open for the August 14 primary election, as well as the St. Paul Ward 4 special election on that date. Minnesota no longer requires voters to give a reason for casting an absentee vote. For the last week of the period, true early voting (no ballot envelopes, just putting your ballot directly into the counter) will be available. See Ramsey County Elections for information on these voting methods.

Many campaigns are promoting early voting. But if you have time, it will probably help to see all the races on your ballot. We have many, including some judicial-seat primaries, and voting unprepared can lead to missing a chance to vote on some of the less-advertised races. Information on all candidates is now posted at the Secretary of State’s polling-place finder, which also has PDF images of actual ballots available to download.

District boundaries

As shown on the map below, state Senate District 66 (SD66) lies along the west end of the northern border of St. Paul, and includes the cities of Falcon Heights and Lauderdale, and most of Roseville.

SD66 lies entirely within Ramsey County and the Fourth Congressional District, represented by Congresswoman Betty McCollum.

SD66 is represented in the Minnesota State Legislature by:

  • Senator John Marty (66),
  • Representative Alice Hausman (66A, including Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, and parts of Roseville and St. Paul), and
  • Representative John Lesch (66B, entirely in St. Paul).

Map source: the Legislature’s Geographic Information Services.

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