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Posted on: August 10, 2020

Where Is My Polling Place Location?

Despite a record number of absentee and mail-in balloting for the primary election tomorrow (Aug. 11), the majority of votes that will be cast will be done at the polls on Election Day.

There are a total of 45 voting precincts in Wright County. Six cities and one township have multiple precincts within their borders (Albertville, Buffalo, Hanover, Monticello, Otsego, St. Michael and Maple Lake Township). If you are unsure of which precinct you live in, contact the City Hall in those communities for more information. There are also four precincts in which ballots are mailed to the Wright County Government Center (Buffalo Precinct 4, Dayton Precinct 2, Hanover Precinct 3 and South Haven).

All polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. tomorrow.

Here is the full list of polling places in Wright County:

Albertville Precinct 1 – St. Michael-Albertville Middle School West, 11343 50th Street NE

Albertville Precinct 2 – St. Albert Parish Center, 11400 57th Street NE

Albion Township – Township Hall, 9020 30th Street SW

Annandale – City Hall, 30 Cedar Street E

Buffalo Precinct 1 – Buffalo High School, 877 Bison Boulevard

Buffalo Precinct 2 – Buffalo United Methodist Church, 609 Eighth Street NW

Buffalo Precinct 3 – Zion Lutheran Church, 1200 Highway 25 S

Buffalo Precinct 4 – Wright County Government Center (mail ballot)

Buffalo Township – Township Hall, 3959 Dague Avenue NE

Chatham Township – Township Hall, 1695 Eldridge Avenue NW

Clearwater – Lions Building, 1100 County Road 75

Clearwater Township – Township Hall, 15015 State Highway 24

Cokato – City Hall, 255 Broadway Avenue S.

Cokato Township – Township Hall, 14987 30th Street SW

Corinna Township – Township Hall, 9801 Ireland Avenue NW

Dayton Precinct 2 – Wright County Government Center (mail ballot)

Delano – City Hall, 234 Second Street North

Franklin Township – Township Hall, 8735 County Road 16 SE

French Lake Township – Township Hall, 3133 County Road 3 NW

Hanover Precinct 2 – City Hall, 11250 Fifth Street NE

Hanover Precinct 3 – Wright County Government Center (mail ballot)

Howard Lake – City Hall, 625 Eighth Avenue

Maple Lake – City Hall, 10 Maple Avenue S.

Maple Lake Township Precinct 1A – Township Hall, 6298 Bishop Avenue NW

Maple Lake Township Precinct 1B – Township Hall, 6298 Bishop Avenue NW

Marysville Township – Township Hall, 3733 Dempsey Avenue SW

Middleville Township – Township Hall, 3014 County Road 6 SW

Monticello Precinct 1 – Monticello Community Center, 505 Walnut Street

Monticello Precinct 2 – Resurrection Lutheran Church, 9300 Jason Avenue NE

Monticello Township – Township Hall, 8550 Edmonson Avenue NE

Montrose – Montrose Community Center, 200 Center Avenue S

Otsego Precinct 1A – Prairie Center, 8899 Nashua Avenue NE

Otsego Precinct 2A – Otsego Elementary School, 8125 River Road NE

Otsego Precinct 3 – Otsego Elementary School, 8125 River Road NE

Rockford – Rockford Community Center, 7600 County Road 50

Rockford Township – Township Hall, 3039 Dague Avenue SE

St. Michael Precinct 1A – St. Michael-Albertville High School, 5800 Jamison Avenue NE

St. Michael Precinct 1B – St. Michael-Albertville Middle School East, 4862 Naber Avenue NE

Silver Creek Township – Township Hall, 3827 134th Street NW

South Haven – Wright County Government Center (mail ballot)

Southside Township – Township Hall, 8209 County Road 3 NW

Stockholm Township – Stockholm Community Center, 16233, County Road 30 SW

Victor Township – Township Hall, 8718 90th Street SW

Waverly – City Hall, 502 Atlantic Avenue

Woodland Township – Township Hall, 9065 Clements Avenue SW

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