The 2020 primary election is Tuesday, August 11. City staff wants to ensure that every eligible Hopkins voter can cast their ballot safely and securely. If you have not already voted, plan ahead to vote in-person at your voting precinct. Social distancing will be enforced. Be prepared for the process to take longer than normal as staff and election judges will follow all CDC guidelines for voting. Plan for the elements as you may be required to wait outside your voting precinct. Voters will be provided with hand sanitizer to use before and after voting, and a pen to use and keep.
If you have received an absentee ballot in the mail, completed ballots can be returned via mail. For your ballot to count, it must be postmarked by Election Day and arrive at Hennepin County Elections within two days of Election Day. Hopkins residents can also drop-off completed ballots at Hopkins City Hall by 3 p.m. on Election Day.
Contact 952-548-6302 with questions. More information about voting in the primary is available here.