Township Election-March 14, 2023
Township elections are administered by your township clerk. Voting hours may vary between townships. Minimum voting hours on Township Election Day are 5:00PM to 8:00PM.
Absentee voting for the township election will run from February 10th through March 13th. Township clerk offices will also be open on Saturday, March 11th from 10:00 AM to noon for in-person absentee voting. In order to receive an absentee ballot, you will need to complete an absentee ballot application which you can download at the following link: 2023 Minnesota Absentee Ballot Application You will need to print the application, complete it, and provide the application to your town clerk to receive an absentee ballot.
Township Clerk Contact Information:
If you have questions or need to request an absentee ballot, you should contact your township clerk. A list of the township officers and their contact information is available at the following link:
Voter Registration Information
How do I become an election judge?Election judges are appointed by the cities and townships where they serve.
Contact the City or Town where you would like to serve as an election judge to apply.
Qualifications for becoming an election judge:
If selected by the city or township to serve as an election judge; you will attend a 2 hour training session given by the Benton County Auditor-Treasurer's office once every two years.
Click here for additional election judge information on the Minnesota Secretary of State's Website.
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