Page Last Updated: October 6, 2023
Contact Vicky Sons-Eiden, City Clerk/Elections Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 952-448-8727 with any questions regarding the upcoming election.
Presidential Primary: Tuesday, March 5, 2024
Primary: Tuesday, August 13, 2024
General Election - Tuesday, November 5, 2024
Precinct Location: Carver City Hall (316 Broadway) - Polls Open - 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day
Preparing for the 2024 Elections
If you want to avoid lines on Election Day, check out the following:
Step One: Check your voter registration status at: Voter Registration If you are NOT registered, you can do so at: Register to Vote. You must re-register each time you change address, change names, or do not vote at least once during a four-year period. Update your registration by completing a new registration application.
Step Two: If you registered, you may request an absentee ballot as indicated under "By Mail" below.
Early Voting/Absentee Voting
Carver County administers early voting/absentee voting for the City of Carver. You can vote by mail or in person.
In Person: Vote at the Government Center Center, 600 East 4th Street, Chaska, MN 55318 - (952) 361-1910) (all Carver County residents), Waconia City Hall (City of Waconia residents only), and Chanhassen City Hall (City of Chanhassen residents only)
Learn more about early voting/absentee voting by clicking Learn More.
Candidate Filing Process for City of Carver Offices 2024 - details to come in the fall of 2024
THe following offices for the City of Carver will be on the General Election ballot.
|Welch||Reid||Council Member (12/2024)|
|Mock||Kristy||Council Member (12/2024)|
During the 2023 legislative session several election administration laws were changed. One in particular now allows a governing body of a statutory or home rule charter city to adopt a resolution governing the counting of write-in votes for local elective offices. The change allows election officials to count only registered write-in candidates on election night, aligning the write-in recording process with Federal, State, and County offices. The current write-in vote counting process is overly time consuming and makes unnecessary work for election judges on election night.The CIty of Carver adopted such a resolution on October 16, 2023. Therefore, candidates for City office need to file a written request with the chief election official no later than the seventh day before the City election if the candidate wants to have the candidate’s write-in votes individually recorded. Please contact Vicky Sons-Eiden for any questions on this process. Contact information is at the top of the page above.
Candidate Financial Reports for 2022
For past financial reports from previous elections see: Past Financial Reports
Still want more information on elections? See Carver County Elections.