Elections and Voting

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New in 2020, the City will administer the Presidential Nomination Primary as well as the Primary and General Elections. The City is also responsible for administering special City elections. In some cases, the school district will coordinate school elections with the City.


For your safety and convenience, there is an official ballot dropbox just inside the doors at the Municipal Center (M-F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.), as well as an outside dropbox.

2020 Elections

  1. Presidential Nomination Primary (Tuesday, March 3)
  2. Primary Election (Tuesday, August 11)
  3. General and City Election (Tuesday, November 3)
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  1. Voters Encouraged to Drop Absentee Ballots at Municipal Center, Not in Mail

    Court of Appeals decision rules that ballots received after Election Day might not be counted. To ensure your absentee ballot is received by Election Day, voters encouraged to drop their absentee ballots in one of the two drop boxes at Municipal Center. Read on about absentee ballot decision...
  2. Early Voting Hours at the Municipal Center

    Early voting is available at the Apple Valley Municipal Center through Monday November 2nd. Read on about early voting...
  3. Apple Valley Chamber Candidate Forum Videos Available for Viewing

    To help voters become better informed, the Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a forum featuring the local candidates for state, county and city races. The video can be viewed on the City's cable channel or accessed on demand on YouTube. Read on about candidate forums...
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