City, state and federal elections for the City of St. Louis Park are administered by the city clerk. Staff in the city clerk's office are available to answer your questions about voter registration, absentee voting, candidate filing and election activities. Call 952.924.2503 during office hours, Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
2018 State General Election results
Election results are unofficial until certified by the state canvassing board. The state canvassing board will meet to certify the results report of the November 6, 2018 State General Election on November 27, 2018.
View St. Louis Park results for the November 6, 2018 State General Election.
View election results on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website to see statewide results.
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
Can I view a sample ballot?
Before voting on Election Day, many voters find it helpful to know the candidates that will appear on their ballot. View a list of candidates and offices that will appear on your ballot or contact the elections hotline at 952.924.2503 to have a sample ballot mailed to you or pick one up at city hall, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sample ballots for the 2019 municipal election will be available in mid-September, 2019.
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.
Candidate filing for municipal offices (Mayor and Councilmember) will take place in August, 2019.
More information regarding candidate filing will be available in early 2019.
Voter participation letters
City elections staff has heard from some concerned St. Louis Park voters who have received a letter from the Voter Participation Center, stating the recipient does not appear to be registered to vote. The letter goes on to encourage voter registration and provides www.mnvotes.org as a way to check registration status or register online.
First, we want voters to know that these letters are not illegal; records of registered voters are publicly available. Second, city staff supports efforts to ensure voters are registered and to check their voter registration status prior to voting. If you have questions about your voter registration status or about elections in general call the city elections hotline at 952.924.2503.