Polling Location Change - Precinct 1 Going Back to RAMS for November 3 Election
Precinct 1 voters will be going back to their normal location at Roseville Area Middle School (RAMS), 15 County Road B2 East for the November General Election. There was construction at the middle school over the summer so the polling place change during the August Election was only temporary.
2020 General Election
The 2020 General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Click here to see all candidates who have filed to run for a Minnesota office. The Offices of Little Canada Mayor and two City Council positions will be on the General Election ballot.
Vote Before Election Day
Vote By Mail
Paper applications must be submitted to the Ramsey County Elections Office. Once they receive your absentee ballot application, a ballot will be mailed to you after September 18 for the General Election.
Mail to: Ramsey County Elections, PO Box 64098, Saint Paul, MN 55164
Email to: email@example.com
FAX to: 651-266-2177
Voting In-Person Before Election Day
ABSENTEE VOTING - Beginning September 18, 2020, Little Canada residents can vote Absentee by completing an absentee ballot application in person at the following locations:
Little Canada residents ONLY: Little Canada City Center - Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm & Sat, Oct. 31 from 10:00am - 3:00pm
Ramsey County Library - Roseville (hours to be determined)
2180 Hamline Ave N, Roseville
Ramsey County Elections Office - Plato Building: Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and Sat, October 31 from 10:00am to 3:00pm
90 Plato Blvd. W, Suite 160
EARLY VOTING - Early Voting will be conducted for 7 days from Tuesday, October 27 to Monday, November 2 only at the following locations, along with a few additional sites yet to be determined (this information will be updated by mid-October).
The Early Voting locations are open to any Ramsey County resident
Ramsey County Library - Roseville
2180 Hamline Ave N, Roseville
Ramsey County Elections Office - Plato Building
90 Plato Blvd. W, Suite 160
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EARLY VOTING AND ABSENTEE VOTING?
Early Voting was approved by the MN Legislature and has been available in Minnesota since the 2016 elections. Early Voting is different from Absentee Ballot Voting in that it is only available during the 7 days prior to Election Day, and voters put their completed ballot directly into the ballot scanner (instead of into an Absentee Ballot envelope). The Early Voting ballots are scanned immediately, but not counted until Election Day. Absentee Ballot envelopes are opened by elections staff and scanned up to a week before Election Day, but are not counted until Election Day.
Register to Vote Before Election Day
Save time at the polls and register to vote before Election Day. You can register to vote online or with a paper application. Click here for more information. The deadline to register to vote before the General Election is October 13, 2020. After this date you must bring the required documents showing proof of residency with you to the polls on Election Day.
Visit www.mnvotes.org to register to vote or check your current status and address if you are unsure. Any changes to your name or address (even only changing apartment numbers) requires a new voter registration.
Political Campaign Signs
Little Canada Zoning Code 903.110 Signs - Subd. B1 Permitted Signs:
(d) Political Campaign Signs. Such signs shall not exceed eight (8) square feet in all Residential Districts, or sixteen (16) square feet in all other zoning districts. During the period forty-six (46) days before the state primary in a state general election year to ten (10) days following such general election, non-commercial signs of any size may be posted in any number, in accordance with Minnesota Statute.
Minnesota Statute 211B.045 NONCOMMERCIAL SIGNS EXEMPTION. https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/211B.045
For 2020, the time period for non-enforcement of campaign signs is June 26 - November 13, 2020
Would you like to serve as an Election Judge?
The City of Little Canada is looking for Election Judges to work during the General Election on Tuesday, November 3.
Election judges can choose to work at either the primary election, general election, or both. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. Election judges need to be at the assigned polling location by 6:00 a.m. and will need to stay after the polls close at 8:00 p.m. until all of the election paperwork is complete. A half-day option is available for judges who would rather not work a full day. Please indicate your preference on the attached application form. Election judges are required to complete a paid two-hour training session prior to Election Day that can be done online or in-person. Election judges in Little Canada are paid $11.00/hour.
If you would like to serve as an Election Judge, please complete the Election Judge Application and Direct Deposit/Tax form and return to the City Clerk, Heidi Heller as soon as possible. More information is available here or contact Heidi Heller at 651-766-4047 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Online election results can be found on the Secretary of State’s website.
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