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Primary election open for voting

Absentee voting is now open for the August 9 primary election. SD66 voters have two races on the primary ballot:

  • Our DFL-endorsed U.S. Congressional Representative Betty McCollum has an opponent running as a Democrat. (And three running as Republicans.)
  • In a non-partisan race, Minnesota Supreme Court Associate Justice Natalie Hudson has two opponents. (At least one of them has in the past been endorsed by another party.)

Besides helping determine who is on our ballot in November, the primary is a golden opportunity for anyone who needs to register to vote, or to re-register because of an address or name change. A Presidential election in November will be very busy, but you can probably register in August with much less time standing in line.

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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