Elections 2021!

Posted on October 28th, 2021 by

Red Checkmark

Election day is almost here!  On November 2nd, most Minnesota voters will see one or more of these races on their ballots: city officers, school board members, township officers, and local ballot questions (Minnesota Secretary of State)

Wondering how to register? Wondering how and where to vote? Wondering who’s on your ballot?  Visit the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State for more information, including information on voting for college students.

Wondering what’s at stake right here in St. Peter? On the ballot this year are elections for mayor, city council, school board, a city referendum, and a school district referendumThe City of St. Peter provides information on how and where to vote and a list of mayoral and city council candidates.  The League of Women Voters – St. Peter Area provides links to election information, including videos of candidate forums. The St. Peter Herald election guide is available in print at the library (October 21st issue). (Note: if you have a personal subscription to the St. Peter Herald, you can view the election guide online.)

Looking for more information?  Visit our Election Day Display on the main floor of the library or Ask a Librarian!

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