Vote Center

Voting Early

Vote early for Lisa Goodman to avoid any lines or other issues on Election Day Nov. 7! The deadline for requesting a ballot to vote early absentee by mail has passed, but you can vote in person before Nov. 7 downtown right by City Hall.
The Early Vote Center is located at 217 3rd St.S, at the corner of 3rd Ave. S. and 3rd St. S., one block from City Hall.
Standard voting hours will be Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Hours will be expanded as follows:
  • starting October 23, Monday – Friday hours will increase to 7 a.m. until 6 p.m.
  • weekend hours will be added for the final two weekends before Election Day:
    • Saturday Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
    • Sunday, Oct. 29 from 12 noon until 5 p.m.
    • Saturday, Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
    • Sunday, Nov. 5 from 12 noon until 5 p.m.

Voting on Election Day

Planning on voting on Election Day on Tuesday, November 7? We’ve provided all the resources you may need below.

On Election Day, you must vote at your assigned polling place based on the precinct where you live. All polling places are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. for regularly scheduled elections. Find your polling place here, or refer to the list below.

1C – Bryn Mawr Community School, 252 Upton Ave S
2D – St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1917 Logan Ave S
3 – First Unitarian Society, 900 Mount Curve Ave
4D – Jones Harrison Residence, 3700 Cedar Lake Ave
5 – St Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, 519 Oak Grove St
6 – Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1200 Marquette Ave
7 – Bryn Mawr Community School, 252 Upton Ave S
8 – Emerson Spanish Immersion School, 1421 Spruce Place
9 – Temple Israel, 2324 Emerson Ave S (Fremont Ave entrance) **
10 – Minnesota Church Center, 122 Franklin Ave W (Pillsbury Ave entrance)

If you haven’t registered to vote, you can do that at your polling place on Election Day. Find out everything you need here.

Ranked-Choice Voting

Ranked-choice voting is a way of voting that eliminates the need for separate primary elections. When you vote in an election using ranked-choice voting, you can rank up to three candidates for each office. It may seem complicated, but don’t overthink it! To see how it will work in action, use this guide provided by the City. For more information, go to the City’s website here, or view the video below.

Please let the campaign know at if you need any assistance voting either before Election Day or on Election Day itself. Thanks for your support for Lisa!

 Lisa is proud to be endorsed by:

US Senator Al Franken    Governor Mark Dayton   Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith




“More than ever, experienced leadership matters. So does prioritizing a vibrant downtown as an economic engine for the city and the region. That’s why Seventh Ward incumbent Lisa Goodman is our clear favorite in the Nov. 7 election.”

Star Tribune

Editorial Board

“I met Lisa Goodman when she was working on my friend Paul Wellstone’s first campaign, and have watched her build an impressive track record of progressive accomplishments in Minneapolis as my Council Member. Her experience with affordable housing is more important than ever as we look to navigate the next four years, and I will be proud to vote for her again on November 7.”

Al Franken

Minnesota Senator

“Before I was elected governor I lived in the 7th ward and very much appreciated City Councilmember Lisa Goodman’s progressive values, and her valuable and effective experience. On the Minneapolis City Council Lisa is an accomplished leader on affordable housing, funding parks, energy and the environment, and has led a strong economic development strategy to create living wage jobs.  Lisa Goodman deserves your vote on November 7th.”

Mark Dayton

Minnesota Governor

“Minneapolis needs experienced, progressive leaders like Lisa Goodman on the City Council.  I worked directly with Lisa to move our city forward including paying down debt, investing in affordable housing and bringing development and high paying jobs to our city.  Let’s make sure in this year’s election we elect an accomplished, responsive and strong woman, Lisa Goodman November 7th.”

Tina Smith

Lieutenant Governor

“Lisa’s experience and passion can’t be duplicated – she is empathetic and committed to the residents, workers and business people in our ward.  And just as important,  Lisa is a respected, influential leader on the City Council who is able to partner progressive ideas with sustainable, sensible solutions to make Minneapolis an even better place for people to thrive and businesses to prosper.   We need Lisa’s steady leadership and experience more than ever with the many challenges and opportunities our City is facing.”

David Wilson

22 year Lowry Hill resident, downtown worker, booster & volunteer

“The Minnesota Nurses Association is proud to endorse Lisa Goodman for City Council. Lisa shares nurses’ beliefs and vision for healthcare as a human right for all. She will advocate for nurses’ priorities like access to quality, affordable healthcare; collective bargaining rights for all workers; and the opportunity to succeed no matter where people live or who they are, including raising the minimum wage in Minneapolis.”

Mary Turner

President, Minnesota Nurses Association

“Lisa’s advocacy for affordable housing in the city stands out among other city leaders. Her deep commitment to facilitate funding and strategic support in the 7th ward and citywide has been critical for well-conceived projects like Lydia Apartments, Emanuel Housing, St. Barnabas, Higher Ground and, most recently, Great River Landing, to become realities. Lisa’s been the driving force on the Council on affordable housing policy and finance. Many Minneapolis citizens now have secure housing and more stable lives because of her. She’s not just talk. She gets things done.”

Sonia Cairns

Community activist and affordable housing leader

“Now more than ever, urban sustainability and environmental policy depend on innovation at the local level. Lisa has been a consistent supporter of green building policies, energy benchmarking, and installation of solar energy on city-owned facilities. With Lisa as a champion, Minneapolis has become one of a handful of cities leading the way on green infrastructure, including one of the largest green roofs in the country on the Target Center and one of the earliest green roofs in downtown on the Central Library. She supported the City’s stormwater utility initiative, demonstrations of parking areas that manage their own stormwater, and including pollinator habitat in the central courtyard of City Hall where bees now produce honey. Her record won her the national Civic Leadership Award from Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, the trade association for green infrastructure in North America.”

Michael Krause

Founder of the Green Infrastructure Foundation and environmental policy expert

“When we started our food truck, Chef Shack, Lisa worked hard as our advocate to allow fo​​od trucks to operate in Minneapolis. Now, the success of our food truck allowed us to open two small restaurants which lets us work in a business we love, while employing people year round. Lisa has helped us navigate city regulations, expand our business and helped us succeed. We love you Lisa!”

Carrie Summer and Lisa Carlson

Owners of Chef Shack