Find Out Where To Vote And Take A Look At Your Primary Election Ballot | Politics
Sherburne County residents will head to the polls August 10th for the primary election.
Some officials recommend looking at a sample ballot ahead of time, because they say, it speeds up the process once you're in the voting booth, particularly if you spot names and races you don't know anything about.
Click here to find voting information for you precinct and get a sample ballot.
The front of the primary ballot will display a list of candidates for state and federal office, which are divided into three columns by party. You can only vote for candidates of one party--you can't "cross over" to vote for more than one party in more than one column.
Be sure to flip the ballot over--there are some nonpartisan races for city, county and school board offices.
For more information, call the Sherburne County Auditor's Office at 763-241-2861.