Minnetonka extends temporary curfew

The City of Minnetonka extended a citywide curfew through June 3. Learn more.


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A family walking into a voting location.Minnetonka administers city, state and federal elections. Municipal elections are held in odd-numbered years. The city’s three school districts (Hopkins, Minnetonka, Wayzata) also hold elections in odd-numbered years.

 2020 Election

The 2020 election includes a presidential primary (March 3), primary (Aug. 11) and Election Day (Nov. 3).

On the 2020 ballot: President, U.S. senator and representative, state senator and representative, judicial seats and more

2020 election dates
Register to vote and polling places
Absentee voting by mail or in-person
New in 2020 - Presidential primary

Historical election results

Minnetonka election results dating back to 1876 can be found below. Election results are also available on the Secretary of State’s website.

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