Local Election and Voter Information
Robbinsdale elections for Mayor and City Council are held in even years. The city is divided into 4 wards as shown on this map. In 2020 the seats for Mayor, Council Member Ward 1 and Council Member Ward 2 are open. Each council member serves a four-year term.
The following candidate have filed for Robbinsdale City Council:
|Mayor*||Ward 1||Ward 2 *|
|Pat Backen||Charles Austinson||Rachel Benson|
|William A. (Bill) Blonigan||Tyler Kline||Vincent John Ella|
|Wally Langfellow||Jason Greenberg|
|David Mathias||Isaac Jahraus|
|George Selman||Sheila Rena Webb|
*Primary Election required, August 11th
The top two candidates from the August 11th primary will be on the General Election ballot on November 3rd.
Robbinsdale City Hall - 763-537-4534
Hennepin County Elections Public Line - 612-348-5151
Register, update, or check your voter registration status online at - https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting
View elections results online at: http://electionresults.sos.state.mn.us
For more information on the general election candidates on state races, sample ballots, where to vote, etc. please visit the Secretary of State page.
Ward 1: Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church - 4201 Regent Avenue North (click to view map).
Ward 2: Olivet United Methodist Church - 3620 43rd Avenue North (click to view map).
Ward 3: Elim Lutheran Church - 3978 West Broadway (click to view map).
Ward 4: North Memorial Health Training Center - 3500 France Avenue North (click to view map).
Any qualified registered voter of the City is entitled to vote at said election and any resident of the City not previously registered as a voter may register on Election Day. Click here for additional information on poll locations.
Entrance to Ward 4 Polling Location: North Memorial Training Center
Election Judges for the 2020 elections are more important than ever. The City of Robbinsdale is currently accepting applications for election judges. For more information and an application, contact John Tingley at 763-531-1253 or email@example.com.
Election Judge Eligibility
To be eligible to be an election judge, you must meet all of the following state requirements:
- Be eligible to vote (U.S. citizen, 18 years of age or older, maintain residence in Minnesota for 20 days immediately preceding the election)
- Be able to read, write, and speak English
- Must not be a candidate on the ballot or the spouse, parent, child, stepchild, sibling, or step-sibling of a candidate at that election
- Must not be domiciled, either permanently or temporarily, with any candidate on the ballot at that election
- Must not be a spouse, parent, child, step-child, sibling, or step-sibling of any election judge serving in the same precinct