The City of Monticello is responsible for administering city, county, state, and federal elections for city residents. This includes voting in primary and general elections as well as absentee voting.
- The City's election headquarters is located at City Hall, 505 Walnut Street. Contact the City Clerk at 763-295-2711 with questions.
- Secretary of State Elections Office: Election results, register to vote, find your polling place, and much more. For more information call, 651-215-1440.
Secretary of State Elections Office
Visit the Secretary of State website has everything you need to know about the upcoming elections. Whether you're looking to register to vote, find your polling place, find election results, and much more. This website also offers:
Minnesota allows citizens to vote in advance of Election Day with an absentee ballot. Voters who vote by absentee ballot are not eligible to vote on Election Day.
Learn about how to register as a voter.
The City of Monticello has four election precincts. For more information, please see the City’s precinct map or visit the City’s website.
How to file for office for local offices in the City of Monticello
Candidates are required to file campaign financial reports according to Minnesota Statutes 211A, and these reports must be available on the local government's website for a minimum of 4 years.