Voting - Exercise Your Right

The City Clerk’s and elections office is available to answer your questions about voter registration, absentee voting and elections.  The City Clerk administers city, state and federal elections. 


2017 Elections

School Board Elections – Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017 (Polls open - 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
Pre-registration deadline –Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Edina actually contains six school districts, but only has citizens residing in the following four districts that will be holding elections November 7, 2017.  The City of Edina holds its municipal election in even numbered years in conjunction with the State General Election.

School District 273 (Edina) General Election
Edina School District 273 will hold their regular board election to fill four spots on the Edina School Board. Questions regarding affidavits of candidacy for the Edina School Board should be directed to Margo Bauck, 952-848-4004 or email at Margo.Bauck@edinaschools.org. City of Edina staff administers Edina School District Election so questions regarding polling locations and absentee ballots may be directed to Edina City Hall Elections at 952-826-0363.

School District 270 (Hopkins) General Election
Hopkins School District 270 will hold their regular board election to fill three spots on the Hopkins School Board.  The City of Hopkins School District administers the Hopkins School District Election.  Questions regarding absentee ballots or polling locations should be directed to the Hopkins City Hall, 952-935-8474.  Hours are 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Persons with questions regarding affidavits of candidacy for the Hopkins School District may call Jacquie Steffel, at 952-988-4001 or email at Jacqueline.Steffel@hopkinsschools.org.

School District 280 (Richfield) General Election
Richfield School District 280 will hold their regular board election to fill three spots on the Richfield School Board.  Richfield School District administers their own elections and should be contacted at their District Office, Beth Picard, 612-798-6012 or by email at Beth.Picard@rpsmn.org with questions regarding affidavits of candidacy, polling locations or ballots questions.  Absentee Ballots can be obtained from the City of Richfield.

School District 283 (St. Louis Park) General Election
St. Louis Park School District 283 will hold their regular board election to fill three spots on the St. Louis Park School Board.  The City of St. Louis Park administers the St. Louis Park District Election.  Questions regarding absentee ballots or polling location should be directed to St. Louis Park City Hall at 952-928-2840.  Hours are 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Persons with questions regarding affidavits of candidacy for the St. Louis Park School District may call Cindy Bennett 952-928-6010.

Edina Voting Precincts
Edina is divided into twenty precincts.  During school district elections citizens may vote at a different polling location than for federal, state and city elections.  Check the map to see if you are affected, or go to the Secretary of State's Polling Place finder to find your correct polling location and precinct.


For more information, please contact any of the following voting resources:

Voter Registration
PH: 952-826-0363, TDD: 952-826-0379

Minnesota Secretary of State
PH: 651-215-1440

Hennepin County Elections
PH: 612-348-5151

Minnesota League of Women Voters
PH: 651-224-5445

Administration Department

4801 W. 50th Street
Edina, MN 55424

Mail@EdinaMN.gov
952-927-8861

Hours: 
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

Download an absentee ballot application here. 

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