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City, state and federal elections for the City of St. Louis Park are administered by the city clerk. We know that sometimes information about elections can be confusing or intimidating. Staff in the city clerk's office are available to answer your questions about:

To see who has filed to run for office, visit the candidate filing page.

Call 952.924.2503 during office hours, Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or email us at

Election results

Election results are available after the polls close at 8 p.m. on the Secretary of State’s website.

For races using the ranked-choice voting method (mayor and council member), vote counts for first, second and third choices will be available on election night (Nov. 5), but actual results will not be tabulated until the following day. This means no winners will be declared in those races until Wednesday, Nov. 6. The city clerk’s office will begin tabulation the morning of Nov. 6 and will announce results on the election results page as they become available. 

Results for the ISD 283 school board race will be available after 8 p.m. on election night, Nov. 5. The school board races are not counted using the ranked-choice method. The top four candidates with the most votes in this race will be elected.

Winners in all races have been declared.  Jake Spano was elected mayor. Larry Kraft was elected as council member at large A.  Nadia Mohamed was elected as council member at large B.

Upcoming elections

Your next election is on March 3, 2020. This is the Presidential Nomination Primary.  Check back for more information soon.

Ranked-choice voting

The city used ranked-choice voting to elect the offices of mayor and council member at the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

Stay informed and get involved!

Email and text updates

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Elections outreach

In St. Louis Park we value voter engagement and education. We want all St. Louis Park voters to feel informed, included and heard. The city's elections outreach staff will be attending and hosting events throughout the community to help educate residents on elections administration and the ranked-choice voting system. Learn more about elections outreach

Social media

The city will be regularly posting information about ranked-choice voting and elections on social media. Don't forget to follow the city on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube