Elections & Voting

There is no general election for Oakdale residents in 2023. Information for the 2024 election will be added when available.


Election Results

Unofficial election results for the City of Oakdale from the November 8 general election are available on the Minnesota Secretary of State website. Election results will be canvassed at a special meeting on Tuesday, November 15 at 5:30 PM at City Hall in Council Chambers. This meeting is open to the public.

Important Dates:

  • General Election Absentee/Early Voting Closes: Monday, November 7, 2022

  • General Election Day: Tuesday, November 8, 2022 

Absentee/Early Voting

Absentee/early voting begins Friday, September 23 and closes Monday, November 7. More information about absentee/early voting can be found on the Washington County website.

Absentee/Early Voting Centers

  • Washington County Government Center
  • Cottage Grove Service Center
  • Washington County Offices at Woodbury Central Park
  • Oakdale City Hall
  • Headwaters Service Center

Absentee/Early Voting Hours

Oakdale City Hall will serve as an absentee/early voting center for ballot drop off and in-person voting. the hours for absentee/early voting are:

  • Monday through Friday, September 23 to November 4: 8 AM to 4:30 PM
  • Saturday, November 5: 8 AM to 3 PM
  • Monday, November 7: 8 AM to 5 PM

Absentee/Early Voting Ballot Information

To request a paper application be mailed to you, call Washington County Elections at 651-430-6790. 

Apply online for an absentee ballot

2022 Oakdale General Election Information

The City of Oakdale will have elections for two City Council Member seats and the Mayor seat. VIEW 2022 OAKDALE CANDIDATES

Polling Information

On general election day (Tuesday, November 8), voters must go to the polling place assigned to their home address and respective precinct to vote.
 2022 Oakdale Voting Locations |  City of Oakdale Precinct Map | 

Voters can also find their polling location by address through the State of Minnesota Polling Place Finder. Polling places are open from 7 AM to 8 PM.

Registering to Vote

You need to register to vote if your name or address has changed on the voter registry, you have not voted in the past four years, or this is your first time voting. 

Learn about election day registration and required proofs of residency at:

Voter Resources

The Minnesota Secretary of State website provides a variety of resources for voters including registration information, election dates and deadlines, polling location finder, sample ballots, ways to vote (i.e. mail, in-person, military), candidate filings, election judge applications, tips for new votes, information on fair elections and election results. 

For more information, visit mnvotes.org