Ward 4 City Council Vacancy
The Ward 4 appointment is scheduled for March 27th at City Hall.
2022 General Election Results
The City Council canvassed results of the November 8th General Election. Newly elected officials took the oath of office on January 9, 2023.
- Champlin Mayor, Ryan Sabas
- Council Member Ward 1, Jessica Tesdall
- Council Member Ward 2, Tom Moe
2022 Meet the Candidates Forum
The League of Women Voters hosted a local forum on September 21, 2022. Watch the replay to learn more about the candidates for Champlin Mayor, City Council Ward 1 and 2.
2022 Local Candidates
|Mayor||Councilmember Ward 1||Councilmember Ward 2|
|Ryan Sabas||P Voss||Tom Moe|
|Megan Anne Jorgenson||Jessica Tesdall||Deborah McLellan LaDue|
Election Day 2022
Learn how to SERVE AS AN ELECTION JUDGE! If you would like to be entered into our database for future opportunities, email Julie a completed Election Judge Application.
5 Steps to Voting
1. KNOW THE DATE AND MAKE A PLAN
- November 8, 2022 General Election (absentee ballots available September 23)
- Will you vote early or on election day?
- Will you vote through the mail or in person?
2. REGISTER TO VOTE
- Check your status or register to vote prior to election day on the Secretary of State's website.
- You can register at your polling place on Election Day. Bring a photo ID with current name and address or bring a photo ID and a document with current name and address.
3. FIND YOUR POLL
- Based on the address where you maintain residence, your polling location may have changed, please check Poll Finder before you vote.
- Remember, you must vote at your designated polling place based on the address where you maintain residence. Your polling location will be open on Election Day from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
- Ward 1 – Precinct 1 – Little Newtons, 111 Dean Avenue W.
- Ward 2 – Precinct 1 – Champlin Ice Forum, 12165 Ensign Avenue N.
- Ward 3 – Precinct 1 - Servant of Christ Lutheran Church, 740 East Hayden Lake Rd.
- Ward 4 – Precincts 1 and 2 – Jackson Middle School, 6000 – 109th Avenue N.
4. VIEW SAMPLE BALLOTS
- Voter Information Portal
- General Election Sample Ballots:
- Vote early through absentee ballot request on the Secretary of State's website.
- Vote early at City Hall
- Vote in person at your poll on Election Day from 7a.m. - 8 p.m.
OFFICES ON THE NOVEMBER 8 GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT
- Champlin Mayor
- City Councilmember Ward 1
- City Councilmember Ward 2
- View election results on the Secretary of State's website.
The City of Champlin completed redistricting, a process that happens once every ten years. As the population changes, it is important to re-draw ward and precinct boundary lines to balance them by population. Redistricting is also the process of re-drawing boundaries of election districts, from local precincts to U.S. Congressional districts.
As a result of state redistricting, Champlin will now be in State House Districts 34A and 34B. This results in Ward 4 being split into two precincts, to allow for two legislative districts. Ward 4 residents living on the west side of Douglas will be in Precinct 1 and Ward 4 residents living on the east side of Douglas will be in Precinct 2. Please note, the Ward 4 voting location will remain at Jackson Middle School; residents living on the west side of Douglas will vote in Precinct 1 and residents living on the east side of Douglas will vote in Precinct 2.
Where you vote matters and is determined by where you live. Registered voters received a white and blue postcard from Hennepin County if polling location changed. Please check Poll Finder.