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Aitkin County Elections Administration


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2022 CAMPAIGN FINANCIAL REPORTS


Travis Leiviska

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Ann Marcotte

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Donald Niemi

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Michael Kearney

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Bret Sample

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Cindi Hills

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James Ratz

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Kirk Peysar

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Lori Grams

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Bret Sample

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Brian Napstad

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Tara Snyder

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Tara Snyder

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Mick Moriarty

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Anderson SWCD #2

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2022 ELECTION INFORMATION


2022 Primary Election – August 9, 2022


2022 General Election – November 8, 2022


See all this information, and more at MNVOTES.ORG:

  • Register to vote, check your registration, and more…
  • Vote early by mail, in person, from military
  • Track your mail or absentee ballot
  • Find where you vote, voting hours, and more…
  • View your sample ballot, search candidate filings, and more…

Voter registration

Voters must register if you are a new voter, or have changed your name and/or address. To save time at the polling place, we encourage unregistered voters to register more than 10 days before Election Day. You can register online here, or at the Auditor’s Office in the new Government Center. Please note that registration closes 20 days before Election Day, but you can still register on Election Day with proof of current residency.


Mail Voting

Most of Aitkin County’s precincts have changed to mail balloting. This decision is determined by each individual township. The 17 remaining precincts vote at their designated polling place on Election Day. For a current listing of polling locations and mail ballot precincts, click here.

If you are registered voter in a mail ballot precinct, you will automatically receive your ballot in the mail around 3-4 weeks before the election. If you do not receive a ballot, make sure you are a registered voter – check your status here, or contact the Auditor’s Office.

Once you have received your ballot, you will vote and return it in one of two ways:

  1. In the postage prepaid envelope provided – your ballotmust arrive at the Auditor’s Office on or before Election Day.
  2. Drop off at the Auditor’s office, where a ballot drop box will be provided - your ballot must be dropped off on or before Election Day.

Click here for Mail Ballot frequently asked questions: MAIL BALLOT FAQ


Absentee Voting

To request an absentee ballot, apply online here, download your application here, or contact the Auditor’s Office for an application. Return the form to the Auditor’s Office before Election Day. (Applications cannot be accepted on Election Day). When you receive your absentee ballot, you will vote and return it in one of two ways:

  1. In the postage prepaid envelope provided – must be received by mail on or before election day.
  2. Drop off at the Auditor’s office, where a ballot drop box will be provided. Must be dropped off on or before 3:00pm on Election Day.

Click here for more information on Absentee Voting.

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For additional assistance, contact our office: 218-927-7354 or auditor@co.aitkin.mn.us