News By Category: Voting and Elections
The Golden Valley City Council will have two new members, Kimberly Sanberg and Maurice Harris, and a returning incumbent mayor, Shep Harris, when it reconvenes in the new year.
Election results for the Nov 5 City election will be posted after 8:30 pm on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website. City results will also be published on the City website the morning of Nov 6.
Golden Valley polls will be open 7 am–8 pm on Election Day, Nov 5.
For residents looking to cast their ballot before the Nov 5 election, City Hall will be open Sat, Nov 2, 10 am–3 pm, and Monday, Nov 4, until 5 pm.
On Nov 5, voters coming to Meadowbrook Elementary to cast their ballot must enter the building through door A, as all other entrances will be unavailable.
Eligible voters will place their ballots directly into a ballot counter when voting in person at City Hall Oct 29–Nov 4. Voting machines will record votes as they are turned in but will not report results until after polls close on Election Day, Nov 5.
The deadline to pre-register for the Nov 5 election is Oct 15, 5 pm.
Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon gave a presentation on election security at Golden Valley City Hall Monday, Sept 16. The event was broadcast live on on Cable Channel 16 and will be replayed multiple times in the following weeks (see times and channels below). The recording can also be accessed on CCX Media’s website.
Absentee voting for the 2019 general election begins Fri, Sept 20 and runs through Mon, Nov 4. Election Day is Tues, Nov 5.
Six residents have filed to run for three Golden Valley City Council seats for the Nov 5 election. Four are running for two City Council seats and two are running for the position of Mayor.
Older news »