Medina has two voting
precincts that run along school district boundaries.
Orono (ISD #278) and Delano (ISD #879) school districts within
the City vote at Precinct 1A, which is located at City Hall,
2052 County Road 24, Medina, MN 55340.
Wayzata (ISD #284) and Rockford (ISD #883) school districts
within the City vote at Precinct 1B, which is located at the Hamel
Community Building, 3200 Mill Drive, Medina, MN 55340.
View Election Precinct Map
Where do I vote?
Click here to view
the polling place finder.
deadline is 21 days before an election. A completed
registration form must be delivered to the county auditor by 5
p.m. Voters who do not pre-register will be able to register to
vote on Election Day if they provide proof of residence.
- For more information on voting, registering to vote, finding
your polling place, state election results, campaign
information, or conducting elections, read the attached
voter guide, visit
call toll free 1-877-600-VOTE (8683). For TTY/TTD MN relay
Service at 1-800-627-3529 or 711.
How do I check to see if I am already registered to vote?
and type in your name and current address.
Instructions for Filling Out The
Absentee Ballot Application
- To vote by absentee ballot: you must be an eligible voter,
and you must reside at the legal residence address you give on
this application on election day. It is a felony to make a false
statement in an application for an absentee ballot, to apply for
an absentee ballot more than once in an election with the intent
to cast an illegal ballot, to show a ballot marked by a person
to another person, or to violate an absentee ballot provision for
the purpose of casting an illegal vote or to help anyone to cast
an illegal vote.
- Be sure to check the appropriate box indicating why you
cannot go to your polling place on Election Day; these are the
only reasons that entitle you to vote by absentee ballot.
- Be sure to give your correct legal residence address as
completely as possible, since this is used to verify your
- Be sure to sign the application.
- Return the completed application as soon as possible to the
election official from whom you received it.
Remember: You must indicate whether you are requesting ballots
for the primary or general election, or both. Do not submit more
than one application for each election. Your absentee ballots
will be mailed or delivered to you as soon as they are
available. Ballots received by election officials after Election
Day will not be counted. Please send your application to Medina
City Hall, 2052 County Road 24, Medina, MN 55340.
Those voting absentee are encouraged to visit
to use the Absentee Ballot Lookup periodically to stay up-to-date
about the status of their ballots.
Absentee Ballot Board Meeting Times: The
Absentee Ballot Board will convene to accept or reject absentee
ballots Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays during business hours at the
call of the Deputy Clerk.
Call Election Coordinator Jodi Gallup at (763) 473-8850 or email
The City of Medina resides in several districts for various
Hennepin County Court District
Fourth Judicial District
4th District Suburban Courts
Hennepin County Commissioner
State of Minnesota
US MN 3rd District*
State Representative District 33A**
Senate District 33***
*There are 8 Congressional Districts in MN
**There are 67 House Representative Districts in MN each divided into A & B.
***There are 67 Senate Districts in MN.