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Voting Precincts

Precincts are the basic geographical areas for organizing and administering elections. They are established by the governing body of each city or town, or by the county board in unorganized territories.

Download a spreadsheet of precincts and their election districts as of December 1, 2019.

Precinct data is also available in shapefile, KML, and GeoJSON formats, check for last update date.

The list below summarizes major precinct changes since the 2018 general election as of December 1, 2019. Some of these, and many other smaller changes, are as a result of municipal boundary changes.

  • Crow Wing County
    • "City" added to precinct names of many cities
  • Crow Wing County, City of Crosby:
    • Merged two precincts into single precinct
  • Crow Wing County, City of Crosslake:
    • Merged two precincts into single precinct
  • Dakota County, City of Lakeville:
    • Created new precinct P-18
  • Douglas County
    • "City" added to precinct names of all cities
  • Hennepin County, City of Corcoran:
    • Adjusted boundaries of P-1 and P-2
    • Added P-3
  • Hennepin County, City of Minneapolis:
    • Added W-3 P-13
    • Added W-10 P-11
  • Itasca County, Township of Greenway:
    • Merged three precincts into single precinct
  • Le Sueur County, City of Le Sueur:
    • Merged two precincts into single precinct
  • Polk County
    • "City" added to precinct names of three cities
  • Stearns County, City of Sartell:
    • Moved part of P-7 into P-6
  • Washington County, City of Cottage Grove:
    • Adjusted boundaries of P-1 and P-2
    • Merged P-3 and P-4 into P-2
    • Merged P-5 into P-3
    • Merged P-6 into P-7
    • Changed name of P-7 to P-4
    • Changed name of P-8 to P-5
    • Changed name of P-9 to P-6
    • Merged P-10 into P-3
    • Merged P-11 into P-7
  • Wright County, City of Albertville:
    • Split single precinct into P-1 and P-2
  • Wright County, City of Monticello:
    • Split single precinct into P-1 and P-2

Older Precinct Data

Precinct changes between the 2016 and 2018 general elections

A precinct table for the 2018 general election is available in the Supporting Tables for the downloadable text files of the 2018 general election results.

The list below summarizes major precinct changes between the 2016 general election and the 2018 general election. Some of these, and many other smaller changes, are as a result of municipal boundary changes.

  • Carver County, City of Shorewood:
    • Created new precinct for annexed territory
  • Freeborn County, City of Albert Lea:
    • Created new precinct W-1 P-2 for annexed territory
  • Hennepin County, City of Golden Valley:
    • Renamed precincts to remove letter designating school district splits
  • Le Sueur County, City of Le Sueur:
    • Renamed precincts after city stopped electing by wards
  • Marshall County, City of Warren:
    • Merged two precincts into one
    • Changed name to remove P-1 from name of remaining precinct
  • Ramsey County, City of Maplewood:
    • Adjusted boundaries of P-1, P-2, P-3 & P-5
    • Changed name of P-10 to P-4
    • Changed name of P-11 to P-9
    • Changed name of P-12 to P-10
    • Changed name of P-13 to P-11
    • Changed name of P-14 to P-12
    • Changed name of P-15 to P-13
    • Deleted precincts P-14 & P-15
  • Ramsey County, City of Saint Paul:
    • Deleted precinct W-1 P-17
  • St. Louis County, City of Hibbing:
    • Changed number of precincts from 11 to 7, changed all precinct boundaries, renamed all wards and precincts
  • Stearns County, Saint Joseph Township:
    • Deleted P-2 after entire area was annexed by Waite Park
    • Changed name to remove P-1 from name of remaining precinct
  • Washington County, City of Oak Park Heights:
    • Merged two precincts into one
    • Changed name to remove P-1 from name of remaining precinct

Precinct changes between the 2014 and 2016 general elections

A precinct table for the 2016 general election is available in the Supporting Tables for the downloadable text files of the 2016 general election results.

The list below summarizes major precinct changes between the 2014 general election and the 2016 general election. Some of these, and many other smaller changes, are as a result of municipal boundary changes.

  • Anoka County, Linwood Township:
  • Beltrami County, City of Bemidji:
    • Changed name of W-3 to W-3 P-1
    • Created new precinct W-3 P-2 for annexed territory
  • Carlton County, Cities of Carlton and Thomson:
    • Merged Thomson city into Carlton city
  • Chippewa County, City of Raymond:
    • Created new precinct for annexed territory
  • Clay County, City of Moorhead:
    • Changed name of W-1 P-1 to W-1 P-1A
    • Created new precinct W-1 P-1B
  • Hennepin County, City of Maple Grove:
    • Created new precinct P-24
  • Hennepin County, City of Minneapolis:
    • Created new precincts W-2 P-11, W-9 P-9, W-10 P-10
    • Adjusted precinct boundaries between W-3 P-8 and W-3 P-12
    • Adjusted precinct boundaries for W-13 P-2, W-13 P-3, W-13 P-4 and W-13 P-5
    • Created new precincts W-13 P-11, W-13 P-12 and W-13 P-13
  • Hennepin County, City of Minnetonka:
    • Renamed precincts to remove letter designating school district splits
  • Isanti County, City of Isanti:
    • Created two precincts, P-1 & P-2, from single city precinct
  • Itasca County, Liberty Unorganized Territory:
    • Changed name to reflect dissolution of Liberty Township
  • Marshall County, City of Warren:
    • Changed precinct names to reflect no longer electing city council by wards
  • Mower County, City of Austin:
    • Created W-1 P-3 for annexed territory
  • Ramsey County, City of New Brighton:
    • Adjusted precinct boundaries citywide
    • Changed name of P-1A to P-1
    • Changed name of P-1B to P-2
    • Created new precincts P-5, P-6, P-7, and P-8
  • Ramsey County, City of Saint Paul (2015):
    • Adjusted boundaries of W-6 P-5 and W-6 P-6
    • Deleted precinct W-6 P-14
    • Changed names of other precincts in W-6
  • Ramsey County, City of Saint Paul (2016):
    • Created new precinct W-1 P-17
    • Adjusted boundaries of W-6 P-5 and W-6 P-9
    • Deleted precinct W-6 P-13
  • Ramsey County, City of Shoreview:
    • Changed name of P-1S to P-1
    • Deleted P-1N
  • Saint Louis County, City of Eveleth:
    • Deleted P-3 and adjusted precinct boundaries
  • Saint Louis County, City of Rice Lake:
    • Changed name to reflect incorporation of Rice Lake Township
  • Scott County, City of Savage:
    • Adjusted precinct boundaries citywide
    • Created new precinct P-9

Precinct changes between the 2012 and 2014 general elections

A precinct table for the 2014 general election is available in the Supporting Tables for the downloadable text files of the 2014 general election results.

The list below summarizes major precinct changes between the 2012 general election and the 2014 general election. Some of these, and many other smaller changes, are as a result of municipal boundary changes.

  • Blue Earth County, City of Mankato:
    • Created new precinct W-4 P-10A
  • Carver County, Township of Laketown:
    • Deleted P-2 after territory was annexed by Chaska
    • Changed name to remove P-1 from name of remaining precinct
  • Dakota County, City of South Saint Paul:
    • Changed precinct names to remove ward designation
  • Dodge County, City of Blooming Prairie:
    • Deleted precinct after territory was detached back to Westfield Township
  • Dodge County, City of Byron
    • Created new precinct P-2 following annexation
  • Hennepin County, City of Eden Prairie:
    • Changed name of P-19 to P-19A
    • Created new precinct P-19B
  • Hennepin County, City of Minneapolis:
    • Created new precinct W-1 P-10
    • Created new precincts W-3 P-10, W-3 P-11, and W-3 P-12
    • Created new precinct W-5 P-9
    • Created new precincts W-12 P-11 and W-12 P-12
    • Created new precinct W-13 P-10
  • Itasca County, Township of Iron Range:
    • Deleted P-1, P-2 and P-3 to reflect annexation by Taconite
  • Itasca County, City of Taconite:
    • Changed precinct name to P-1
    • Created P-2 for part of annexed territory
  • Ramsey County, City of Maplewood:
  • Stearns County, City of Rockville:
    • Deleted P-2
    • Changed name to remove P-1 from name of remaining precinct
  • Washington County, Township of Stillwater:
    • Deleted P-2
    • Changed name to remove P-1 from name of remaining precinct
Sours: https://www.sos.state.mn.us/election-administration-campaigns/data-maps/voting-precincts/
St. Louis Countyis a county in Missouri. The county population was 1,001,876 in 2014, according to the United States Census Bureau.[1]The county seat is Clayton.

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Use the links below to learn more about federal officials, state officials, cities, school districts, courts, and ballot measures in this county.

Federal officials

The current members of the U.S. Senate from Missouri are:

Office titleOfficeholder nameDate assumed officeParty affiliation

U.S. Senate Missouri

Roy Blunt

January 5, 2011

Republican Party

U.S. Senate Missouri

Josh Hawley

January 3, 2019

Republican Party


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The following courts are located in St. Louis County, Missouri. This list is not meant to be comprehensive:

  1. Missouri 21st Judicial Circuit Court

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Election Authority

Nov. 2, 2021 Special Election for Residents of Dardenne Prairie and St. Charles Ward One 

Absentee Voting in the Nov. 2 Special Election Begins Tuesday, Sept. 21

St. Charles County Election Authority
397 Turner Blvd., St. Peters, MO 63376
8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday, Sept. 21–Nov. 1 (closed Monday, Oct. 11 for Columbus Day)
8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30

Last Day to Register to Vote in the Nov. 2 Special Election is Wednesday, Oct. 6

  • St. Charles County residents may register in person at the Election Authority office at 397 Turner Boulevard in St. Peters.
  • Residents may register while obtaining services from state agencies such as the Department of Motor Vehicles, Division of Family Services, Military Recruitment or WIC.
  • Other options for registering to vote can be found in the "Helpful Resources" section on this page and on the Voting in St. Charles County page.

Public Test Notice

Sours: https://www.sccmo.org/410/Election-Authority
St. Charles County police can ticket those at gatherings of more than 10 people

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