Minnesota Secretary Of State - What's On My Ballot?
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What's On My Ballot?

View your sample ballot

  • The sample ballot shows a list of the candidates and ballot questions you'll be voting on.
  • Information is posted about 45 days before an election.
  • A sample ballot is not available for all local elections. You may need to contact the local government (city, town or school district) holding the election.

See who has filed to be a candidate

  • Search all candidate filings
  • Note: due to the death of candidate Beverly Peterson, who filed as a Republican for House District 67A, the Republican Party of Minnesota has nominated a replacement candidate for this office, Scott Hesselgrave, in accordance with MS 204B.13.

Ballot Questions

Questions that will be on 2022 general election ballots are compiled in the Questions on 2022 General Election Ballot spreadsheet.

See who has registered as a write-in candidate

Voters can write-in a candidate name for any office on their ballot. The total count of all write-in votes for each office are counted and reported as one number. However, for federal, state and county offices, the number of write-in votes for a specific candidate name are not tallied unless that individual has registered as a write-in candidate by November 1, 2022. The list of registered write-in candidates is now available.


What's on the Election Day ballot in 2022?

All voters will have these races on their general election ballot:

  • U.S. Representative
  • Governor & Lt. Governor
  • Secretary of State
  • State Auditor
  • Attorney General
  • State Senator
  • State Representative
  • Judicial seats

Voters may have one or more of these races on their ballot:

  • County Officials
  • City Officers
  • School Board Members
  • Township Officers
  • Local ballot questions

Need help?

Call us at 1-877-600-VOTE (8683) or contact your county election office.