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 voter registration, absentee voting, candidate filing and all election activities. If you have questions we want to hear from you!
Call 952.924.2503 during office hours, Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or email us at email@example.com
The next election in St. Louis Park is scheduled for November 5, 2019. The offices that will be on the ballot include:
- Councilmember At Large A
- Councilmember At Large B
- ISD 283 School Board Member
Due to changes made to the city charter in 2018, there will be no Primary election in St. Louis Park in 2019.
Sample ballots for the 2019 General election will be available in mid-September. Voters can view a sample ballot online, request a copy by calling the elections hotline at 952.924.2503, or pick one up at city hall, Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The city will use ranked-choice voting to elect the offices of mayor and councilmember at the November 5, 2019 election.
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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.
Candidate filing for city offices (mayor and councilmember) will take place July 30 - August 13, 2019 in the city clerk's office.
In order to appear on the ballot, an individual must complete the following during the filing period:
- File an affidavit of candidacy
- File a nominating petition signed by at least 50 registered voters qualified to vote for the office
- Pay a $20 filing fee
If you are thinking of running for a city office please check back in March, 2019 for more resources and educational opportunities for prospective candidates.
To remain neutral, the city does not advertise or provide background information on candidates or political platforms. Candidates appearing on the ballot may have their own websites dedicated to their campaign.