The Little Canada City Council approved a contract with Ramsey County to administer the City's elections beginning in 2021. The locations of the City's 3 Precincts for voting on Election Day will remain the same in Little Canada, but all voting conducted before Election Day will no longer be available at Little Canada City Hall.
Ramsey County offers in-person Absentee Voting at various locations around the county, along with at the Elections office at 90 W. Plato Boulevard, St. Paul. Visit the Ramsey County Elections webpage for elections and voting information.
2022 Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, August 9
Absentee Voting by mail or in-person begins on Friday, June 24.
In-person voting before the August 9 Primary Election can be done at these 2 locations only:
Ramsey County Library in Roseville - 2180 Hamline Avenue No., Roseville, MN
Ramsey County Elections Office - 90 Plato Boulevard West, St. Paul, MN
Visit the Ramsey County Elections website for the hours these absentee voting locations will be open.
2022 General Election
The 2022 General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.
Online election results can be found on the Secretary of State’s website.
Click here to see all candidates who file to run for a Minnesota office. The Offices of Little Canada Mayor and two City Council positions are on the General Election ballot on all even year elections.
The filing period for candidates in the General Election is open from August 2 to August 16, 2022 at 5:00pm. Candidates who wish to run for office on the Little Canada City Council can submit their filing fee and affidavit of candidacy at the Little Canada City Hall or the Ramsey County Elections Office. Information on candidate filing can be found here.
Register to Vote Before Election Day
Save time at the polls and register to vote before Election Day. You can register to vote online or with a paper application. Click here for more information. In Minnesota you can register at the polling place by bringing the required documents showing proof of residency with you to the polls on Election Day.
Visit www.mnvotes.org to register to vote or check your current status and address if you are unsure. Any changes to your name or address (even only changing apartment numbers) requires new voter registration.
Political Campaign Signs
Little Canada Zoning Code 903.110 Signs - Subd. B1 Permitted Signs:
(d) Political Campaign Signs. Such signs shall not exceed eight (8) square feet in all Residential Districts or sixteen (16) square feet in all other zoning districts. During the period forty-six (46) days before the state primary in a state general election year to ten (10) days following such general election, non-commercial signs of any size may be posted in any number, in accordance with Minnesota Statute.
Minnesota Statute 211B.045 NONCOMMERCIAL SIGNS EXEMPTION. https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/211B.045
For 2022, the time period for non-enforcement of campaign signs is June 24 - November 18, 2022
- Ramsey County Elections & Voting
- Campaign Finance Information
- Check the status of your Absentee Ballot Online
- See the names of candidates and questions that will be on the ballot for your precinct
Little Canada 2020 City Council Candidate Campaign Finance Reports
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