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Golden Valley had a 67.83 percent voter turnout for the Nov 4 election. Read More

For the Nov 4 general election, you may only vote in person at your assigned polling place but may vote absentee ahead of time at Golden Valley City Hall.

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Election Day is less than one month away. The Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State offers the following important updates about helpful voter resources.

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Absentee voting for the 2014 general election begins Friday, Sept 19 and runs through Monday, Nov 3. Election Day is Tuesday, November 4. Read More

Results of Golden Valley’s Nov 5 election were certified by its canvassing board Nov 12, naming Larry Fonnest, Steve Schmidgall, and Andy Snope as newly elected City Council members. Read More

Voting results from the Golden Valley City election will be available after approximately 8:30 pm Nov 5 on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website. According to Minnesota Statutes 205.185, subd.3; 205.065, subd.5, official results can be declared after the City Council meets to canvass the election returns within three to 10 days after a general election. Golden Valley’s canvassing board will meet Nov 12 at 6:30 pm to certify the election results.

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Polls in Golden Valley are open from 7 am to 8 pm Tuesday, Nov 5 for the City election. Read More

The deadline to pre-register for the Nov 5 election is Oct 15 at 5 pm. Read More

City utility customers can now pay and manage their bills online with a service that includes billing, meter reading, and usage history; service information; and auto pay information.

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Because the Golden Valley has an odd-year municipal election, it will be one of the first Hennepin County cities to implement new voting machines on election day Nov 5.

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