Polling Places & Where to Vote?
To find your specific Ward and Precinct, please use the precinct finder available from the Secretary of State’s Office at the Poll Finder website. You’ll need to enter your zip code and then your house number and street name.
POLLING PLACE CHANGE - On June 29th we received word that the National Guard Armory, home to voters in Ward 1, is unexpectedly unavailable for the August 11th primary election. On June 30th the City Council voted to relocate the Ward 1 polling place to Johnson Hall at the Fairgrounds.
Wards & Precincts
Voters in Saint Peter cast their ballots as follows:
- Ward 1, Precinct 1 - Johnson Hall at the Fairgrounds, 400 West Union Street
- Ward 1, Precinct 2 - Johnson Hall at the Fairgrounds, 400 West Union Street
- Ward 2, Precinct 1 - Community Center, 600 South Fifth Street – enter Door “A”
- Ward 2, Precinct 2 - Community Center, 600 South Fifth Street – enter Door “B”
Find a downloadable Ward Map (PDF).
Want to avoid your polling place this year due to expected long lines and COVID-19 restrictions, you should apply for an absentee ballot. The process is safe, secure and has been used across Minnesota for decades. Applications can be made at the Nicollet County Government Center where you can apply and immediately receive your ballot. Can’t get to the Government Center? It’s just as easy to apply online at the Secretary of State’s website at
Online applicants will receive their ballot in the mail and you won’t even have to leave your house to vote.