2022 Primary Election Dates
- Early voting: June 24 - August 8
- Primary Election Day: August 9, polls open 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
2022 General Election Dates
- Early voting: September 23 - November 7
- General Election Day: November 8, polls open 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Woodland Polling Place 2022 Primary
18322 Minnetonka Blvd., Suite A, Deephaven, MN 55391
Signs will direct you to the correct suite or look for the U.S. flag outside the door. Get directions.
Woodland is in need of one or two election judges for November 8th. It will require 2 hours of training in October and a 7-hour work shift on Election Day. All time is paid and meals are included.
As an Election Judge, you'll learn a lot about the election process and get to see friends and neighbors as Woodland has one of the highest voter turnouts in the State!
If you are unable to vote on Election Day or prefer to not go to the polling place, it is possible to vote early using an absentee ballot. Note that you will need another registered Minnesota voter to witness your absentee ballot.
The easiest way to vote early is to go to MNVotes.org, click on OTHER WAYS TO VOTE, and follow the instructions there.
It is also possible to vote early by coming to City Hall during the dates listed above. Allow up to 20 minutes for this process. A City team member will be a witness for your ballot.
When you vote early, you can track your ballot and verify that it has been counted.
Voting on Election Day
To vote on election day, simply come to the polling place during open hours. If your address has changed or you need to register, please bring a current MN Drivers license or other photo ID and proof of residence (utility, cable, or other bill).
Registering to Vote
The easiest way to register is to go to MNVotes.org, click on REGISTER TO VOTE, and follow the instructions there.
Registration can be done at City Hall up to 20 days before the election, at which point it temporarily closes until Election Day. You can register at the polling place on Election Day. Bring a current MN Drivers license and if the address differs from your current address, also bring additional proof of residence (utility, cable, or other bill).
Change of Name or Address
If your name or address has changed since the prior election, you must re-register.
Identification and Proof of Residence
Minnesota Statutes (M.S. 201.061; M.R. 820.5100) require authorized forms of identification when registering to vote. It can be any one of these:
- Valid Minnesota driver’s license, Minnesota learner’s permit or Minnesota ID card with the current residence listed.
- The yellow receipt for a Minnesota driver’s license, learner’s permit or ID card.
- Tribal ID card with name, current address, signature, and picture issued by the tribal government of a tribe recognized by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Tribal band members are not required to live on an Indian reservation in order to use a tribal identification card to prove residence.
If your identification does not feature your current address, you will also need proof of residence which can be one of the following if it has the current address printed on it:
- Residential lease or rental agreement (must be valid through Election Day)
- Current student fee statement
- An invoice or account statement, due or dated within 30 days of election, listing the current residence (phone, cable, internet, garbage, utilities, credit card or rent/mortgage)
2022 Woodland City Council Elections
Woodland holds its municipal election in conjunction with the General Election on November 8, 2022.
The City will elect two Council Members on November 8. Each will have a 4-year term (2023-2026).
File for Candidacy
The filing period is now closed. The candidates for the two Woodland City Council seats will be Dave Daniels (incumbent) and Hank Zucker.