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Election Information and Results

  • Business Services, in cooperation with city, county and township election officials, manages school district elections.


    General Voting Information

    To find out where to vote visit MN Secretary of State's Polling Place Finder ( Note: due to redistricting there have been some changes made to precincts and polling places).

    Absentee Ballot Request Forms and Voter Registration Applications are available in the Business Services Office. Call (320) 202-6810 with any questions.

     

    Nov. 8, 2016 Bond Referendum

    Voters approved Question 1 on the Nov. 8 general election ballot to build a new Technical High School in South St. Cloud. Voters defeated Question 2 to update Apollo High School. View the Official Results.

    Nov. 8, 2016 School Board Election

    Incumbent, Al Dahlgren will retain his seat on the Board of Education along with Shannon Haws, Monica Segura-Schwartz and Jeff Pollreis based on the unofficial results from the Nov. 8 general election for four, four-year term positions. View the Official Results.

    Aug. 9, 2016 School Board Primary Election Results

    On Aug. 9 the field of nine candidates was narrowed to eight at the Primary Election for 4 open seats of four-year terms that will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.  View the Official Election Results.

    Nov. 3, 2015 Special Election - Bond Referendum 

    The question put to voters at the Special Election held on Nov. 3 relating to the issuance of school building bonds was not approved.

    View the Official Election Results.

    Nov. 4, 2014 School Board Election Results

    Incumbents, Bruce A. Mohs and Jerry Von Korff will retain their seats on the Board of Education along with Bruce Hentges based on the official results from the Nov. 4 general election for three, four-year term positions.

    View the Official Election Results.


    Aug. 12, 2014 School Board Primary Election Results

    On Aug. 12 residents of the St. Cloud Area School District narrowed down a field of candidates from seven to six for three open board seats of four year terms that will be on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.

    View the Official Election Results.

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