If you live in Hugo or Woodbury you may be wondering where to vote in Washington County, MN. The election is only a few weeks away. This year, Election Day is November 8th, 2016. If you haven’t registered to vote yet, there’s still plenty of time and it’s really easy to do so. You should have gotten a postcard in the mail telling you where to vote. However, if you’re new to Woodbury, Hugo or other cities in Washington County, you may have missed it. If you aren’t sure if you’re registered to vote yet you can click her and check your status.


If you aren’t registered you’ll need to fill out a registration application, you can download it here and print it to fill it out, or you can fill it out online.


If you aren’t sure where to vote click here to locate your polling place. All you need to do is enter your zip code.


If you are registered to vote, all you need to do is show up at your polling place and place your vote. Alternatively, you can vote early. In fact, you can vote right now if you like.

What if I moved here from another state after October 9th, can I still vote?

You aren’t eligible to vote in Minnesota if you became a resident after October 9th, however, you can still vote a Presidential-Only Absentee Ballot. Click here to learn more.

If you still aren’t sure about your status as a voter, or you’d just like more information on the process, then check out all the information on the Secretary of State’s website. You can register, find your polling place and even see a sample ballot. Voting has never been easier.

Election Day is November 8th, 2016!

After you’ve voted you can follow along with the results by clicking here for all the districts. You can see past years election results as well. In fact you can see results going back to 1992.

If you don’t live in Washington County you can click here to find area specific information on voting in Minnesota.