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Marisa Simonetti for Hennepin County Commissioner District 6

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 I am a businesswoman who owns rental property(not a realtor), mother, and the only conservative candidate in this race. I entered this race in response to seeing threats of violence directed at our schools and seeing our futures in jeopardy  due to wasteful spending. I believe a safe home and family are the foundation of a community's growth, safety, and long term success. The long term implications of this erosion of support have consequences that compound our current problems of threats of school violence,  out-of-control spending, increasing taxes that threaten our families, and reach far into the future. Those with political experience are the ones who have wantonly plunged us into this mess. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting a different result.

I filed my affidavit of candidacy for the special election for District 6 Hennepin County Commissioner on March 11th, with no prior political experience. Over the next 6 weeks, we shocked Hennepin County and overwhelmingly made it through the primary. In the two weeks between the primary and final runoff, we increased voter turnout 133%. We can win in November.  Together, with a clear plan of action, we are strong. It is time to take our power back. The people are ready. 

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Vote at the Hennepin County Government Cente(skyway level) or your local election officePolls open from 7am-8pm

Aug 13- Primary election

Nov 5 – Election Day: Open for ballot drop-off and agent delivery until 8 p.m. Absentee voting early in person is not available.

You can easily apply online.

If you can’t apply online, print and 
complete a special election absentee ballot application (PDF, 1MB) or special election for Robbinsdale absentee ballot application (PDF, 1MB).
Email it to or return it by mail or FAX at 612-348-2151.  

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Return deadline
Ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5, 2024..

If you've moved recently or never voted you will need to register to vote.

You can easily find your polling place and next election date at the Voter Information Portal.

Minnesota is a same day registration state, which means you also have the option to register at the polls with an valid photo ID or other approved option.

Mark Your Calendar: Vote November 5, 2024

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