Campaign Tools and Information
|Maps of Anoka County political jurisdictions are provided here. More detailed maps are available from Anoka County GIS and the Minnesota Secretary of State (links below).|
|Anoka County Geographic Information System (GIS)
Maps showing precinct, county commissioner, legislative and senate district boundaries are available through the Anoka County Geographic Information System (GIS) Opens a New Window. department.
|Minnesota Secretary of State
Maps showing legislative, county, city, township, and school district boundaries are available through the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office.
School District Polling Places
-Fridley ISD 14: Fridley Community Center, 6085 7th St NE, Fridley, MN 55433
The precinct finder Opens a New Window. contains voting districts by street name and house number ranges. By looking up a certain address, users can identify various voting districts associated with that address. Voting districts include precinct, ward, MCD code, county number, congressional, legislative, state senate, judicial, county commissioner, city/township, school district and county determined special districts.
You may purchase the precinct finder database Opens a New Window. from the Office of the Secretary of State Opens a New Window. .
|Registered Voter Lists
You may purchase a database containing voter registration information including name, address, telephone number, and voting history. This data is available only to those conducting activities related to elections, political activities, or law enforcement. The use of voter registration information for other purposes and dissemination of the information to others is a violation of Minnesota law.
To find out more information on these resources, please visit the Office of the Secretary of State Opens a New Window. website.
|The Campaign Cybersecurity Playbook Opens a New Window. offers a practical, baseline guide to cybersecurity that campaigns can use to help safeguard their systems. The guide was developed by bi-partisan researchers at Harvard University.|
|Voter Registration Information|
|Absentee Balloting Opens a New Window.
|Automatic Dialing Device Laws
Automatic dialing devices sometimes used in campaigning are regulated by the State. The office of Attorney General provides guidance to candidates, political campaigns, political parties, political committees, and others concerning Minnesota’s automatic dialing-announcing device law.