Elections

Thu
03
Jul

Online tool for absentee voting

Voters no longer need an excuse to vote absentee, such as being ill or out of their precinct on Election Day.

Tue
01
Jul

Election letters policy

As we enter another election season, we’d like to let readers and candidates know about our publication and letters policies. These policies will be enforced until the November election.

Thu
26
Jun

Absentee voting

Absentee voting for the 2014 primary will begin June 27. Voters can vote by absentee ballot either in person at Ramsey County or through the mail.

Thu
26
Jun

Online election judge training saves money, increases staff efficiency

 People earn college degrees online. Surely they can learn to be election judges using the same tools?

Thu
19
Jun

House of Rep. filing period closes, local cities’ on the horizon

The filing period for the Minnesota House of Representatives ended June 3 and candidates for Bulletin-area legislative seats will have to survive a primary election Aug.

Tue
17
Jun

Primary election ballots set in northern Dakota County


Ward map for West St. Paul, a detailed map is available at www.cityofwsp.org

Remaining candidate filing starts July 29
Northern Dakota County voters will see many familiar names on the 2014 ballot, but also some fresh candidates vying for posts previously held by political veterans.

Wed
11
Jun

Filing for Washington County elections closes

Candidates representing the Oakdale and Lake Elmo areas have all filed for the 2014 general election in November.  County Attorney Pete Orput and County Sheriff Bill Hutton are running uncontested,

Tue
10
Jun

Ramsey County election filings show familiar faces, few challengers

The candidates are all filed for the 2014 general election, and the ballot for East Siders looks like it will have a lot of familiar names listed.

Tue
10
Jun

No election primaries this year in Roseville, Ramsey County

Filing for city council, county commission and the state House of Representatives closed June 3.

Thu
16
Jan

New Maplewood mayor, council members sworn in


Nora Slawik is sworn in as mayor of Maplewood by city clerk Karen Guilfoile Jan. 6 at the Maplewood Community Center.

Taking the oath of office for the Maplewood City Council are Kathleen Juenemann, above, and Marylee Abrams, below.

When Will Rossbach became Maplewood’s mayor four years ago, he asked for a new gavel - “a fresh start” -- to use during city council meetings, marking the opening and closing of each one.
In his first minutes as the former mayor on Jan. 6, Rossbach handed the same gavel as well as his key to the city to Mayor Nora Slawik, who took the oath of office moments earlier during the swearing-in ceremony at the Maplewood Community Center.  But the wooden hammer was a little different -- Rossbach had three pink stripes painted on it, signifying the new, but not the first, female majority on the Maplewood City Council.

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