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August 14 Primary Voting Info

Minneapolis polling places listed below will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m, Tuesday, August 14:

  • Ward 1, Precinct 10 – Columbia Manor/golf club, 3300 Central Ave NE
  • Ward 3, Precinct 9 – Open Book, 1011 Washington Ave S 
  • Ward 5, Precinct 9 – Harrison Park Recreation Center, 503 Irving Ave N
  • Ward 9, Precincts 2 & 7 – Powderhorn Park gym, 3400 15th Ave S
  • Ward 12, Precinct 5 – Nokomis Community Ctr, 2401 Minnehaha Pkwy E
  • Ward 12, Precinct 12 – Roosevelt High School, 4029 28th Ave S

Election results get reported after polls close and both Election Day and absentee ballots are counted for a specific precinct.

All results are posted on the Secretary of State’s election results website and at the Hennepin County elections results website.

County elections staff work with city elections staff to ensure that every ballot, no matter how it was cast, is counted and verified before reporting election results. To ensure integrity of the ballot counting process, elections workers do not leave their counting location until all votes are counted and reported.

Pre-registered voters
Hennepin County has 749,000 pre-registered voters for the Minnesota primary. Voters can register at their polling place on Minnesota primary day, August 14. Voters also can look up their polling place, sample ballot, voter registration status, and absentee ballot status at For more information about elections and voting in Hennepin County, visit

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