Elections

2022 General Election Results

The City Council has canvassed results of the November 8th General Election. Newly elected officials will take the oath of office in January 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

MayorCouncilmember Ward 1Councilmember Ward 2
Ryan SabasP VossTom Moe
Megan Anne JorgensonJessica TesdallDeborah McLellan LaDue
Kristin Elizondo


Election Day 2022

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5 Steps to Voting

1. KNOW THE DATE AND MAKE A PLAN

  • November 8, 2022 General Election (absentee ballots available September 23)

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

5. VOTE

OFFICES ON THE NOVEMBER 8 GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT

  • Champlin Mayor
  • City Councilmember Ward 1
  • City Councilmember Ward 2

ELECTION RESULTS

Redistricting

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 A view of the new 2022 Ward Map of Champlin With Poll Locations after redistricting. Opens in new window to see a larger view.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.