The City of Orono administers city, state and federal elections for its residents in even years. The odd year school district elections are administered by each school district. The City is available to answer your questions about polling places, voter registration, absentee voting, and other election information.
Who Represents Me?
Who represents me in the House and Senate?
Learn more about City Council duties and Responsibilities. Orono's Municipal Elections are held in Even years.
Absentee Voting Hours
Residents may obtain an absentee ballot at Orono City Hall starting 46 days before an election.
2022 Election Dates
Learn more about the when and what elections are taking place in 2022.
Where to Vote
Find information about where to vote and what to expect at your polling place.
Register to Vote
Register to vote or update your registration.
Election judges are essential to our democracy. Election judges are official that staff local polling places, administer election procedures and ensure that the rights of voters are protected on Election Day.
Check Your Voter Registration Status
Use the Minnesota Secretary of State's online tool to check your voter registration status.
Campaign Finance Report Requirements
Read the requirements surrounding campaign finance reports. View past and present Candidate Campaign Finance Reports.
View a sample ballot from the Secretary of State's website
2022 Election Results
Whats on my Ballot?
Elections & Voting Resources
This page provides useful links to other Minnesota Election Websites including: MN Secretary of State Elections & Voting, Hennepin County Elections, Caucus Finders and more.