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Minnesota's "most secure elections in the nation"


No computers to hack and no network connections to any machines (by state law) - Minnesota voters are being encouraged to mark their good old-fashioned paper ballots today for their favorite candidates.

Polls are open until 8:00pm tonight, and thanks to the magic of the internet, you can find all kinds of information about the process.

You can find lots of information about the voting process in Duluth at the Duluth City Clerk's website.

More information, including a handy finder to help you locate your polling place, is available at the Minnesota Election Center.

There's also a wealth of good information at the Minnesota Secretary of State's office website.

The Duluth League of Women Voters has not only assembled a list of helpful links, they have recordings of candidate forums that you can watch in case you've been meaning to do a little more research.

Duluth voters have decisions to make in the following contests:

  •         Mayor (Precincts 1-34)
  •         Two City Councilors-at-Large (Precincts 1-34)
  •         City Councilor – First District (Precincts 1-7)
  •         City Councilor – Third District (Precincts 14-20)
  •         City Councilor – Fifth District (Precincts 28-34)
  •         School Board Member at Large (ISD #709)
  •         School Board Member  - District Two (Duluth City Precincts 3, and 8-14
  •         School Board Member -  District Three (Duluth City Precincts 15-20, and 22-25)