Absentee Ballots

Absentee ballot voting begins 46 days before each election to allow eligible voters to vote prior to election day. Absentee ballot voting may be done in person or through the mail. The first step of the process is to complete an absentee ballot application. This may be done electronically or on paper. There are no City elections in 2019. School Districts 11 (Anoka-Hennepin), 14 (Fridley) and 16 (Spring Lake Park) will be holding elections this fall.

By Mail or Electronically:

You may apply online at mnvotes.org. and your ballot will be mailed to you from Anoka County Elections.

You may download a copy of the absentee ballot application and return it to Anoka County by one of the following methods: E-mail: Elections@co.anoka.mn.us; Fax: (763) 324-1160; Address: 2100 3rd Avenue Ste C130; Anoka, MN 55303-5031

Once Anoka County has received and processed your application, you will receive your ballot in the mail.

In Person: If you would like to vote in person for a school district election, you can download the application above and bring it with you to the Anoka County Government Center located at 2100 3rd Avenue, Suite W130 in Anoka. You may also complete an application at the Government Center.

After you have voted in person or by mail, you may look-up the status of your absentee ballot here. It will show information on when your ballot was received and whether it was accepted or rejected.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to Email Elections or call 763-572-3523.

Once they have received and processed your application, you will receive your ballot in the mail.