Voting

Requirements

You may vote if you meet the following criteria.

  • A United States citizen
  • Are at least 18 years old by election day
  • Are a resident of Minnesota for 20 days by the election day
  • Are properly registered
  • Maintain residence at the address given on the registration form
  • Are not under court-ordered guardianship of the person where they have not retained the right to vote
  • Have not been found by a court to be legally incompetent to vote
  • Have not been convicted of a felony without having civil rights restored

Registration

Do I Need to Re-Register to Vote?

You must re-register to vote if your name, address or apartment number changes or you have not voted in four years. You can check your registration before you vote at the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State, and you can register online at the same website if you are not registered.

How Do I Register to Vote on Election Day?

In Minnesota, you can register or update your registration at your polling place on election day. Plan ahead to find out what you need to bring to your polling place on the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State Election Day Fact Sheet (PDF). Residents who are new to Victoria or have moved since the last election need to register in order to vote.

Poll Locations

Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm on primary and general election days.

Precincts

  • Precinct 1
    • Victoria City Hall, 1670 Stieger Lake Lane, Victoria
    • Residents who live north of Highway 5 
  • Precinct 2
    • Victoria Recreation Center, 8475 Kochia Lane, Victoria
    • Residents who live south of Highway 5, east of County Road 11, and north of 86th Street
  • Precinct 3
    • Victoria Elementary School, 9300 Red Fox Drive, Victoria
    • Residents who live south of Highway 5, west of County Road 11, and south of 86th Street

View precinct boundaries map.

Learn more about polling locations from the Secretary of State.

Absentee Voting

All absentee voting is handled by Carver County at 600 E 4th Street, Chaska, MN

You may request an absentee ballot in person at the county office, by mail or online at request an absentee ballot. The Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State provides complete information on absentee voting and other ways to vote.