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PRIMARY ELECTION: Polling Locations, Candidates, Ballots

The primary on Tuesday, Aug. 14 will decide the final two candidates for the Washington County Commissioner District 2 seat.

The Primary Election takes place on Tuesday, Aug. 14. Here's a guide on polling places, candidates and sample ballots. 

POLLING LOCATIONS

Polling places in Oakdale will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you're not sure what precinct you live in then check out the Secretary of State's Polling Place Finder

  • Precinct 1: 
  • Precinct 2:  
  • Precinct 3:  
  • Precinct 4:  
  • Precinct 5:  
  • Precinct 6:  (not located in Precinct 6)
  • Precinct 7:  
  • Precinct 8:  

ON THE BALLOT

Since Minnesota has an "open primary," voters will not be required to register with a political party. However, primary voters cannot vote for candidates in more than one political party, according to the Minnesota Secretary of State.

The winners from the Aug. 14 primary will move on to the general election on Nov. 6.

State Representative - District 43B

Democratic-Farmer-Labor

Republican

  • Bob Zick
  • Kevin J. Klein

U.S. Senator

Democratic-Farmer-Labor

Republican

Independence

Grassroots

  • Tim David

Minnesota Open Progressives

U.S. Representative District 4

Democratic-Farmer-Labor

Republican

Independence

Supreme Court

Chief Justice

Associate Justice 4 

  • Alan Nelson
  • David R. Stras (Incumbent)
  • Tim Tingelstad

SAMPLE BALLOTS

Check out what the ballot will look like in your precinct: 

 

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