Elections 

Voter Information

2022 Election Dates

  • August 9, 2022: Minnesota State Primary 
  • November 8, 2022: General Election 

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Voters have three choices for how to cast a ballot:

  1. By mail - starts 46 days before the election.
  2. Early in-person at Carver County Government Center located at 600 East 4th Street Chaska, Minnesota 55318
  3. At your assigned polling place on Election Day

What's On My Ballot?

Use the State of Minnesota My Ballot web application to see the names of candidates and questions that will be on the ballot for your precinct.

Where do I vote?

Use the State of Minnesota Poll Finder to locate your assigned polling place for Election Day.

Based on the 2020 Census data, the City of Victoria has added two additional precincts, totaling five precincts for the city. 

Absentee Voting

In Minnesota, you can vote early with an absentee ballot starting 46 days before Election Day. All eligible voters in Carver County can vote early by absentee either in person or by mail.  Details are shown below about how to vote early in Victoria.  Also provided are some helpful links to educate you about early voting. 

Vote Early at Carver County Government Center

You can vote in person at Carver County Government Center, 600 East 4th Street Chaska, Minnesota 55318.  If you are not registered, you can do so in person. Learn more about registering to vote the State of Minnesota website.

Vote Early by Mail

To vote by mail, apply to have an absentee ballot mailed to you. View the State of Minnesota’s information about voting by mail on the Secretary of State’s website.

Vote From Military or Abroad

Serving in the military or living abroad?  Have an absentee ballot sent to you wherever you are in the world! Apply online or mail in a paper application through the Secretary of State’s website.

Track your Absentee Ballot

Track your Absentee Ballot.  To find out where your absentee or mail ballot is in the process, enter the information requested.

Candidate Information

Filing Period for City Councilmember Candidates: August 2-16, 2022. More information is available on the Candidate Information page.

Election Judge Information

Election judges are always needed to help serve voters in the polls on Election Day. Consider applying for the next election in 2024!

Redistricting Information

Minnesota State Statute section 204B.14, subd 3(e) requires that precinct boundaries must be reestablished once legislature have been redistricted which occur after each census. Due to the growth Victoria is experiencing, it has been determined that two additional precincts will be advantageous to the voting public in Victoria. 

The redistricting done by the Senate and House resulted in Victoria being assigned Senate District 48 and House District 48A. Previously we were in Senate District 47 and our House District was split into 47A and 47B. After we adopt our precinct boundaries, Carver County will map out the County Commission boundaries. 

Based on the 2020 Census data, the following precincts keep populations in each district comparable to each other as Victoria continues to expand into Laketown Township. (View PDF Map or View Online Interactive Map)

  1. Precinct 1 covers all Victoria north of Hwy 5
  2. Precinct 2 covers Victoria south of Hwy 5 and east of County Road 11
  3. Precinct 3 covers Victoria south of Hwy 5, west of County Road 11 and north of County Road 43
  4. Precinct 4 covers Victoria south and east of County Road 43, west of County Road 11 and north of Marsh Lake Road except the development of The Shores of Marsh Lake
  5. Precinct 5 covers south of Marsh Lake Road (due to property recently and continually annexed into Victoria from Laketown Township) 

To locate your assigned polling place for Election Day, use the State of Minnesota Poll Finder.