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Candidates for the 2018 election for mayor are:
Candidates for the 2018 election for two city council seats are:
Contact information for candidates
In 2018 the general election will be November 6. Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Two council seats and the mayor's seat will be up for election in 2018.
Roseville is divided into ten precincts. Check out the Minnesota Secretary of State's website at www.MNVotes.org to see a sample ballot or to locate your polling place.
In addition to voting at the polling place on election day, voters can vote early, either through the mail or in person.
Voting through the mail
Complete an application at rcelections.org and a ballot will be mailed to you, or call 651-266-2171 to request an application. Once you complete the application and mail it to Ramsey County, a ballot will be mailed to you.
Absentee/early voting at Ramsey County Elections Office and the Ramsey County Public Works Building in Arden Hills begins 45 days before the election
Ramsey County Elections
90 West Plato Blvd, St. Paul
Ramsey County Public Works
1425 Paul Kirkwold Drive, Arden Hills
Visit rcelections.org or call 651-266-2171 for dates and times
Early voting at any of the voting stations in Ramsey County, including the Roseville Library begins 7 days before the election
Ramsey County Library in Roseville
2180 Hamline Ave N
Visit rcelections.org or call 651-266-2171 for hours and locations of the early voting locations
No early voting at Roseville City Hall this year.
Filing for office for the 2018 election has closed. The 2020 filing dates will be set in 2019.
Ramsey County hires and trains all election judges. Call 651-266-2219 or visit rcelections.org to get information about applying to be an election judge.
You may register any time up to 20 days prior to an election or register at the polls on Election Day. A person can register online at www.MNVotes.org.
Roseville City Code 1009.3E states: 1. In years when a state general election is held, political signs may be posted 46 days before the primary election until 10 days following the state general election. Any such signs must be removed by those responsible for their being posted. 2. In years when no state general election is held, if there is a primary for any office, political signs for all offices may be posted no more than twenty one (21) days before the primary election. When there is no primary for any office, such signs may be posted not more than twenty one (21) days before the general election. All such signs must be removed by those responsible for their being posted within five (5) days following the general election. Said political signs shall not exceed twelve (12) square feet gross area. 3. Political signs shall be set back at least fifteen feet (15') from the outside edge of any street or back of curb of all city and county streets. 4. Political signs shall not be placed so as to cause a hazard to public safety. 5. Political signs shall not be placed on any property without permission of the property owner. 6. Political signs shall not be located on any city owned property. 7. Signs in violation of above provisions may be removed by city staff and stored for two (2) weeks. After two (2) weeks, unclaimed signs will be disposed of by the city. (Ord. 1165, 2-12-1996)
Election results are compiled by Ramsey County and are available on their website.