voters in minneapolis
Minneapolis voters, you will be using RCV again in November of 2021 to decide your Mayor, City Council Member, Park Board, and Board of Estimates and Taxation.
history of rcv in minneapolis
Through referendum, Minneapolis voters approved a switch to Ranked Choice Voting in 2006 by a margin of 2-to-1! It was used in the 2009 and 2013 municipal races.
voters in st. paul
St. Paul voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, November 5th, 2019. Find your polling place here. You’ll be ranking your vote for city council, and you will have up to six rankings.
We'll include a list of candidates below as they begin to launch their campaigns or visit the Ramsey County Elections website for more information about the upcoming election.
We'll include a link to sample ballots here once they become available.
EARLY AND ABSENTEE VOTING
You can vote early starting September 2019, by mail or in person at Ramsey County Elections at 90 Plato Blvd, St. Paul.
history of rcv in st. paul
Through referendum, St. Paul voters approved a switch to Ranked Choice Voting in 2009. It has since been used in several ward city council races but 2017 will be the first year it's used in an open mayoral race.
easy as 1-2-3!
Ranking your ballot is as simple as 1-2-3. Simply indicate your first choice candidate in the first column, your second choice in the second column, and so on. Know that the more you rank, the more power your ballot – and your voice – will have. Reminder that because Ranked Choice Voting eliminates the primary elections, you’ll only go to the polls once, on November 7.