- City Clerk's Office
- Absentee Voting
Any Maplewood resident can vote absentee/early at Maplewood City Hall during the absentee voting period. Absentee voting for the 2024 Election will be conducted during regular hours on the following dates:
Presidential Nomination Primary-January 19 to March 4, 2024
State and Federal Primary-June 29 to August 12, 2024
State and Federal General-October 18 to November 4, 2024
Additional in-person absentee voting locations
Download the absentee ballot application
Absentee voting by mail is available through the Ramsey County Elections Office.
Download the mail-in absentee ballot application.
Submit your completed absentee ballot application directly to the Ramsey County Elections Office by mail, fax, email or online:
Ramsey County Elections
St. Paul, MN 55164-0098
In addition to returning your ballot by mail, Maplewood residents can return their mailed ballots at City Hall during regular business hours, 8am-4:30pm. The absentee ballot must be hand-delivered to an election official inside the building for verification, otherwise, it will not be accepted.
Additional ballot return locations will also open for Maplewood residents for their ballot return.
Ballots returned in person must be delivered by 3pm on Election day.
For more information about voting absentee by mail please visit the Ramsey County Elections.
Voters living temporarily or permanently overseas and those serving in the military (including their spouses and dependents) or attending a military academy, use a special process to vote absentee directly through the Ramsey County Elections Office.
For more information about the process please visit the Ramsey County Elections.
7 days preceding the election Maplewood residents will also have an option to cast their ballot early at one of the locations designated by the Ramsey County Elections office, including the Maplewood City Hall location.
This process is different than the traditional absentee voting as voters will have an option to directly feed their ballot through the ballot machine instead of placing their absentee ballots in ballot envelopes.
For additional information about the locations and hours, please visit Ramsey County Elections
The Secretary of State provides the following online tools to enhance your voting experience!