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2022 Election Information

 

2022 Midterm Election Education Series

We're gathering information to help Minneapolis voters prepare for the Primary Election on August 9, 2022 and the General Election on November 8, 2022. Take a read through; if you find the information helpful, share the link with your friends, family and community.

Some of last year's information is still relevant. Be sure to check out last year's article series found by clicking HERE.

2022 Forum Replays

Statement on Candidate Forum Recordings

The League of Women Voters sponsors candidate forms to provide the public with an opportunity to hear candidates discuss the issues that are important to members of the public. The League is a nonpartisan organization that does not support or oppose any political party or candidate. The views expressed in each forum are those of the candidates, not those of the League of Women Voters. LWV posts complete, unedited recordings of forums. Editing is authorized only for official media reporting. Excerpts or edited clips of candidate forums may not be used for partisan, political purposes.

2022 Candidates

Click HERE to view this year's list of candiates.

Voting Information

Political Parties

Where and When is Your Precinct Caucus? Call your political party or check its website:

Translations

If you want help translating Minneapolis Election information, call 311 or 612-673-3000.

  • Español (Spanish) - Atención. Si desea recibir asistencia gratuita para traducir esta información, llama 612-673-2700
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  • Soomaaliga (Somali) - Ogow. Haddii aad dooneyso in lagaa kaalmeeyo tarjamadda macluumaadkani oo lacag la’ aan wac 612-673-3500

Disability Rights

Your vote is your voice and everyone wants to vote, including people with disabilities. Based in MN statute, The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Voting Rights Act, people with disabilities have specific rights when it comes to voting.

MN Disability Rights

Kid's Guide to Voting

Kids are the voters of tomorrow so let's help them discover why their voice matters. Helping kids gain an understanding of the process of governance with set the stage.