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Kimetha Johnson for West St. Paul Mayor

Vote November 3rd!

Voter Information & Resources

General Election - November 3rd, 2020

Polls open for voting 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Voting can be complicated for a lot of people, and to support YOU and your vote, below are quick links to common questions voters ask prior to casting a ballot!

How do I register to vote or update/check my registration?

If you are not registered, you can register online, register on paper, or register on election day.

If you are unsure if you are registered to vote, visit "Check my registration". If you are registered, great! You are one step closer to voting.

Where is my voting location in West St. Paul?

Use this handy interactive voter map to get information about where you can vote.

Enter your address into the form and it will give you details about where you vote and what ward and precinct you reside in.

Color code:  Blue = Ward 1, Green = Ward 2, Red = Ward 3

  • Ward 1, Precinct 1:
    St. George Orthodox Church, 1250 Oakdale Avenue
  • Ward 1, Precinct 2:
    Augustana Church, 1400 Robert Street
  • Ward 2, Precinct 1:
    Heritage Middle School, 121 West Butler Avenue
  • Ward 2, Precinct 2:
    Municipal Center (City Hall), 1616 Humboldt Avenue
  • Ward 3, Precinct 1:
    St. Joseph’s Church, 1154 Seminole Avenue
  • Ward 3, Precinct 2:
    St. Stephen’s Church, 1575 Charlton Street

How do I vote early by mail or in person?

Voting early is often called absentee, but do not let this language confuse you! Voting early, or absentee, simply means you are unable to go to the voting location allocated to you on election day. With COVID-19, you may want to explore this option.

You are able to vote early by mail. Absentee Ballot Applications for the upcoming 2020 Elections are now available inside the vestibule at the WSP City Hall or by downloading and completing the Absentee Ballot Application.

You are also able to vote early in person. For West St. Paul residents, voting early in person is at the Dakota County Northern Service Center, located at 1 Mendota Rd, West St Paul, MN 55118.

I am concerned about voting accessibility, what are my options?

Please reference this document regarding Voter Assistance.

I need help getting to my voting location, what services exist?

Metro Transit provides free rides to polling locations. Consult their website regarding this service.

Uber and Lyft also partner with local nonprofits to provide free or reduced rides to polling locations.