Sheila Kiscaden

County Commissioner District 6


Primary Election is Tuesday August 14
Absentee voting starts June 29

I need your vote on or before August 14 in the primary election so that I can be on the ballot in November. I am running against the incumbent and another challenger. The primary election will decide which two of the three of us will be on the ballot in November.

You Can Vote by Absentee Ballot Starting June 29 or at the Polls on August 14

Nearly everyone has summer plans, and those plans do not usually include getting to the polls to vote. To make it more confusing, this is the first year that the primary will be held in August. However, If you are unable to get to your polling place on August 14, you can vote by casting an absentee ballot, starting Friday, June 29.

Absentee Voting In Person – New Absentee Voting Office- 1421 3rd Ave SE

Starting Friday, June 29, you may cast an absentee ballot in person, at Olmsted County’s NEW Absentee Voting Office at 1421 3rd Ave SE, second floor. There will be no waiting, you will be right in and out. The Absentee Voting Office will be open weekdays during business hours. It will also be open Saturday, August 11 (10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) and Monday, August 13 (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)

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Absentee Voting by Mail

In order to vote absentee by mail, you need to complete an Absentee Ballot Application and submit it to Olmsted County Elections office by mail, fax, or email. Print off the application, sign it, scan it, and attach to an email as an Adobe PDF or mail it to Olmsted County Elections, 151 4th Street SE, Rochester, 55904.

County Elections staff will send you a ballot. Remember, your ballot must be RECEIVED by August 14th to count.

More information is available by clicking here to visit the Olmsted County Elections website.

In Minnesota, citizens are allowed to vote absentee for the following reasons:
   • Absence from your precinct
   • Illness or disability
   • Serving as an election judge in another precinct
   • Religious discipline or observance of religious holiday
   • Eligible emergency or quarantine declared by the federal or state government

Military and overseas voters can also vote by absentee ballot. Click here to visit the Military/Overseas Voting page for more information.



Olmsted County District 6

The map below outlines the boundaries of District 6. Click the map to use the Minnesota Secretary of State Polling Place Finder to find important voting information about where you vote.



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I need your vote on or before August 14 2012

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