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Election Day
for the Wayzata School Board is
Tuesday, November 7.

Early Voting Starts September 22nd

On November 7th,
Polling places will be open throughout Wayzata School District.

Please note that in many cases, these polling places are not the same as the polling places used for city, state, and national elections.  

Please come out and vote for me!

and please consider voting early!

There are lots of reasons why people who plan on going to the polls on Election Day, don’t. They may be out of town, their work schedule isn’t convenient, an emergency comes up, they get busy….. they even forget all about it! Voting early allows you to vote at your convenience and to make sure your vote is cast.

 You can vote early in two ways:  In-person early voting and voting via absentee ballot (or mail-in voting). Instructions and links for both appear below,

Early In-Person Voting

Early voting starts on September 22 and runs through November 6.


To vote early…….

  • If you are a resident in any city within the school district except Minnetonka, please go to the Wayzata School District Creekside office building at 16000 41st Ave, Plymouth. It is right across from Plymouth Creek Elementary School. Voting hours are from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

  • If you are a Minnetonka resident, please go to the Minnetonka City Hall at 14600 Minnetonka Blvd, Minnetonka. Voting hours are from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Voting via Absentee Ballot (Mail-in Voting)

Click HERE. It takes you to the Elections & Voting page on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website.   (


Click on the either the “English Absentee Application” link, or the “English Large Print Absentee Application” link. In both cases, the link takes you to the 2023 Minnesota Absentee Ballot Application form. The remaining directions are the same for either version.


Fill out the ballot application form.


You can fill in the data on the screen, then print out the form and sign it or, you can print out the blank form, then fill it in by hand and sign it. Note: you must print out the form to sign it; there is no way to sign it on the screen.

Be sure to select only the 11/7 General Election checkbox in Section 1.

Send the completed ballot application to the Hennepin County election center.

You can send it by mail- see the address below.

You can scan it or take a picture of it with your smart phone or tablet, then attach the scan or picture to the email address below

                (By mail)                                                                              (as an attachment to email)

           Hennepin County Government Center                      

           300 South 6th St MC 102

           Minneapolis, MN 55487-0012


You will receive your absentee ballot in the mail.


Fill out the ballot according to the directions.


You must have a witness for your ballot when you sign and seal it in the provided envelope. (The witness does not observe who you voted for - only that you are sealing the ballot in the envelope.) The witness must be either a registered Minnesota voter or a notary. If you have a question about this, please send an email to


Mail the ballot to the address on the envelope provided to you or drop it off in person at the Hennepin County Government Center address on the envelope.


Do NOT drop it off at a regular polling station or city hall!


The ballot must be received by 8 PM on Election Day, Tuesday November 7.


If you mail it via USPS, you should send it no later than Wednesday, November 1, to be sure it arrives. Better yet - send it in immediately!

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