General Election
Election Calendar 2022 Voting Dates
February 1, 2022: Precinct Caucus
August 9, 2022: State Primary  Election
November 8, 2022: State General Election
Voting hours are: 7 am – 8 pm

Registering To Vote

Registration ahead of time saves you time and hassle on election day. Make your voting experience easier this year by preregistering before election day. You must register to vote if you are a new resident, have moved to another precinct in the City, or have not voted at least once during a four-year period. You may either preregister at least 21 days before election day or at the polls on election day.

MN Secretary of State pre-registration information and forms.

Locally, you can preregister at the Wright County Government Center. Registration can also be done the day of election at your precinct location.

There are specific identification requirements that must be presented at the time you register. You must present one of the following items:

  • A Minnesota driver’s license, learners permit, state identification card, or the temporary receipt for one of these items. Ideally, the license or ID card will have the current address on it, and that’s all the voter needs to register.
  • If the license or ID has a former address, the voter may bring a recent utility bill for proof of the current address. Whenever a voter uses a utility bill, it must have the voter’s name and current address on it, and the due date must be within 30 days of the election. The bill can be for any of the usual utilities including gas, water, electric, waste removal, telephone, and cable TV.
  • A U.S. passport with a utility bill;
  • A U.S. military photo ID card with a utility bill;
  • A “Notice of Late Registration” with the current address;
  • Student ID card, fee, fee statement, or class registration, with the current address;
  • A student photo ID card with a utility bill; or
  • A school may provide a certified student list that shows students’ campus addresses which can be used with a student photo ID card.
  • Voucher. If you don’t have any of these, you can still vote by having someone who is registered in the same precinct “vouch” for your identity and residence.
Where To Go To Vote

For regular even year elections, the City of Albertville has two voting precincts. Each has its own voting location. You can look up your voting location through the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Polling Place Finder which allows voters to find important information for their precincts by address, including:

Your Polling Place — where you vote, map and directions

Districts for Your Precinct — including maps

“Candidates on My Ballot” — candidates and questions on the ballot for your next election, when available

PRECINCT 1 – STMA Middle School West – 11343 50th Street NE
PRECINCT 2 – St. Albert Parish Center – 11458 57th Street NE

Voting Absentee In Person

Absentee Voting:
Voters may submit an absentee ballot application in several ways. Applications can be submitted in person, through the mail, by email as well as fax. Absentee ballot applications can also be submitted through the regular online application process on the Secretary of State’s website.

Voting Absentee By Mail:
Once the City receives your absentee ballot application, we will mail your ballot to you. After you have marked your ballot you will seal in secrecy envelopes and have your signature witnessed. Return the ballot to us. Once we receive your ballot it will be processed by the Absentee Ballot Board.

Voting Absentee In Person:
When voting absentee in person you will complete the absentee ballot application process. After you have marked your ballot it will be sealed in secrecy envelopes and witnessed. The ballot will be processed by the Absentee Ballot Board.

Albertville City Hall
5959 Main Avenue NE
Albertville, MN 55301


  • 46 days preceding Election Day
  • Monday-Thursday during the normal business hours of 7 am – 5:30 pm
  • Last Saturday before Election Day 10 am – 3 pm

Absentee Early Voting-Direct Balloting:
Early voting is a hybrid of the absentee ballot and the polling place, but is still considered voting absentee. After the application process is complete and the ballot has been marked, the voter places their ballot directly into the ballot counter.

Albertville City Hall
5959 Main Avenue NE
Albertville, MN 55301


  • Seven (7) days preceding Election Day
  • Monday-Thursday during the normal business hours of 7 am – 5:30 p
  • Last Saturday before Election Day 10 am – 3 pm

**If you are not already registered to vote at your current address, you will need to fill out a voter registration application and show proof of residence. If you have moved since the last time you voted or if you have not voted in the last four years, you will need to re-register.

Military And Abroad Voting

Voters in the military and those residing outside the United States use a different process to vote absentee. Please visit the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website for military and overseas voter services.

More Information on Absentee Voting

Absentee Ballot Status Check

Council Candidate Information

The City of Albertville’s elected City Council includes a Mayor and four City Council Members. The Mayor is elected to a two-year term and City Council Members are elected to four-year terms.

 Candidate Filings
To search for candidates who have filed to run for office on Election Day, please visit the Secretary of State’s website, “Search by Office Title” Candidate Filings, Election Division.


  • Must be eligible to vote in Minnesota
  • Must have not filed for another office at the upcoming primary or general election
  • Must be 21 years of age or more upon assuming office
  • Must have maintained residence in the City of Albertville for at least 30 days before the general election

For more candidate information see the Secretary of State’s website.

December 31, 2022: Mayor Hendrickson
December 31, 2024: Council Member Cocking
December 31, 2024: Council Member Hudson
December 31, 2022: Council Member Olson
December 31, 2022: Council Member Zagorski

Become An Election Judge

Election judges are essential to our democracy, as they are responsible for administering election procedures in each polling place on Election Day.

Election judges help guarantee the rights of voters are protected and ensure the election process is fair, accurate and in accordance with election laws. Serving on a team of elections judges is a wonderful, rewarding experience and also a great way to meet your neighbors!

State law allows for time off from work without loss of wages to serve as an Election Judge with 20 days prior written notice to the employer. (Minnesota Statute 204B.195.)

6 am to approximately 9 pm – full day is preferred
6 am to 2 pm and 2 pm to close shifts available


  • Be at least 18 years of age, a U.S. citizen and a Minnesota resident for at least 20 days
  • Able to read, write and speak English understandably
  • Attend mandatory training (2-3 hours; paid time)
  • Not related to or living with any candidate in the election


  • Ability to communicate clearly with voters
  • Ability to remain impartial
  • Physical and mental ability to perform assigned tasks
  • Attention to detail and general math skills
  • Ability to understand and follow election laws and procedures
  • Comfortable with assisting and serving a diverse population


  • Open and close the polling place
  • Register and sign in voters
  • Ensure all qualified voters are permitted to vote
  • Demonstrate how to vote
  • Distribute ballots
  • Operate voting equipment
  • Help voters requiring assistance
  • Maintain order in the voting location through the day
  • Record and certify precinct election results

Kris Luedke
City Clerk
763.497.3384 x101

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