Voting in elections is your opportunity to be engaged, hold elected officials accountable and have a say in important issues that impact our community.
Use the sections below to learn more about voting in Minnetonka.
To verify if you are registered to vote at your current address, visit the Minnesota Secretary of State’s voter registration status page. You can also call city hall at 952-939-8200 to find out if you are registered to vote.
To register online, visit the Minnesota Secretary of State's Online Voter Registration page.
Complete a Voter Registration Application Form, then follow the instructions on the form to mail in your voter registration.
Call 952-939-8200 to request a mailed copy of the voter registration application.
Prior to election day, you can visit Minnetonka City Hall at 14600 Minnetonka Boulevard from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. to register to vote, request an absentee ballot or vote absentee in-person.
You can register or update your registration when you vote at your polling place or at an early voting location. You will need proof of residence. Visit the Secretary of State’s website to learn more about documentation needed.
Absentee voting starts 45 days prior to each election. All eligible voters are allowed to vote absentee in Minnesota for any reason.
Absentee voting requires more steps than voting on Election Day. Absentee voters must complete an application to receive a ballot, and a certificate when casting the absentee ballot. Election judges compare the two documents before accepting the ballot. Absentee voting may be done in person or by mail.
Beginning 45 days prior to an election, Minnetonka residents can vote in person at city hall.
Hennepin County oversees all absentee voting by mail. For more information regarding absentee voting by mail, please visit Hennepin County's absentee voting page.
You can download an absentee ballot application from the Office of the Secretary of State.
Visit the Minnesota Secretary of State’s precinct finder to find your precinct and voting location.