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The 2020 election year is going to be different! The Minnesota Secretary of State’s Office is encouraging all eligible voters to VOTE FROM HOME, to reduce spread of disease and keep our communities healthy! Voting from home is easy and available to any Minnesota voter through absentee balloting system.

With the growing concerns being expressed about the length of time COVID-19 will impact our lives, votes are encouraged to use the option of voting via absentee ballot during the coming elections.

The State of Minnesota is now taking applications for absentee ballots for August 11th Primary Election, the November 3rd General Election or both. To print out an application HERE or voters can apply online at the Secretary of State’s website.

Those who apply online will have their application automatically queued to the appropriate precinct. Paper applications that are filled out for Albertville Residents need to be mailed to the City of Albertville PO Box 9, Albertville, MN 55301.

The Secretary of State is also asking for Minnesotans to step up and become poll workers, to help older citizens avoid exposure. It takes around 30,000 poll workers (sometimes called election judges) to put on an election in Minnesota. And even tough we are encouraging Vote From Home, some voters need to vote at the polls on Election Day.


The links below provide information to guide voters through the election process:


Albertville has 2 Voting Precincts 




Precinct and Polling Place Finder


Albertville has split its one precinct into two.  Voters located south of I-94 and west of Wright County State Aid Highway 19 will continue to vote at STMA Middle School West, 11343 50th Street NE.  Voters located north I -94 as well as voters south of I-94 but east of CSAH 19 will now vote at the St. Albert Parish Center, 11458 57th Street NE. (East Entrance)



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