News By Category: Voting and Elections

With an 89.17 percent voter turnout, Golden Valley topped the Minnesota average of around 80 percent for the Nov 3 General Election. Read More

While the State of Minnesota has yet to finalize any election results, the unofficial results of the Nov 3 election can be found on the Secretary of State website. Read More

Golden Valley polls are open 7 am–8 pm on Election Day, Nov 3. Golden Valley has eight polling places. Find yours online at the Minnesota Secretary of State Polling Place Locator. Read More

Although over 60 percent of Golden Valley residents have already voted, City Hall remains open today until 5 pm for those hoping to vote before election day. On election day, Tue, Nov 3, polls are open 7 am–8 pm. Read More

A federal court ruled Thu, Oct 29 that ballots received after 8 pm on Election Day must be set aside and could face legal challenges that would result in them not being counted. Due to this ruling, Hennepin County and the City of Golden Valley no longer advise residents mail their ballots back. Instead, drop it off at Golden Valley City Hall (7800 Golden Valley Rd) or the Hennepin County Government Center (300 South 6th Street, Minneapolis) by 3 pm, Nov 3. Read More

City Hall will be open Sat, Oct 31, 10 am–3 pm and Mon, Nov 2, 8 am–5 pm for voters looking to cast their ballots before election day. Read More

Starting today eligible voters can apply for, vote, and deposit their absentee ballot into a ballot counter when absentee voting in person at City Hall Oct 27–Nov 2. City Hall is open Mon–Fri, 8 am–4:30 pm, and will be open for early voting Sat, Oct 31, 10 am–3 pm, and Mon, Nov 2, 8 am–5 pm. Read More

Eligible voters can apply for, vote, and deposit their absentee ballot into a ballot counter when absentee voting in person at City Hall Oct 27–Nov 2. Voting machines will record votes as they are turned in but will not report results until after polls close on Election Day, Nov 3. Read More

There are more than just presidential candidates on your ballot this year. Take some time before you vote and research your candidates for local and state offices so you can be prepared on election day. Read More

Residents not registered to vote have one more day to pre-register for the Nov 3 general election. Residents can also register on election day at their polling place with a valid proof of residence. Read More