When voters hit the polls Tuesday, there are a variety of candidates and ballot questions that will lay before them.
Click here for information on polling place etiquette and answers to commonly asked questions.
All nine Richfield precinct locations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Where do I vote?
The recent redistricting by the state legislature also prompted the need for cities to re-map their wards and precincts.
Where you live in the city determines where you vote and you must vote at your designated precinct. The redistricting may have caused your precinct location to change.
Precinct 1: Mt. Calvary Education Building (6541 16th Ave. S.)
Precinct 2: St. Peter's Catholic Church (6720 Nicollet Ave. S.)
Precinct 3: Sheridan Hills Elementary School (6400 Sheridan Ave. S.)
Precinct 4: St. Richard's Catholic Church (7540 Penn Ave. S.)
Precinct 5: Richfield Middle School (7461 Oliver Ave. S.)
Precinct 6: Central School Building (7145 Harriet Ave. S.)
Precinct 7: Hope Presbyterian Church Education Facility (7132 Portland Ave. S.)
Precinct 8: Richfield S.T.E.M. School (7020 12th Ave. S.)
Precinct 9: Centennial Elementary School (7315 Bloomington Ave. S.)
Who and what is on the ballot?
Sample ballots for each precinct have been uploaded to this article as PDFs.
Richfield Patch has been dedicated to covering this year's local, state and national races, candidates and ballot issues before voters.
See Patch's Richfield Election Guide for links to a variety of election-related articles.
Visit the Minnesota Secretary of State's website to enter your address and find your polling location.
Visit the City of Richfield's Voter Services webpage for more information on elections in Richfield.
For more information on local, state and national races, candidates or ballot questions, see the following guides:
- A Guide to the 2012 Richfield City Council Races
- A Guide to the Minnesota 5th Congressional District Race
- A Guide to the Richfield Referendum Proposals
- A Guide to the Minnesota Marriage Amendment
- A Guide to the Minnesota Voter ID Amendment