2019 School Board Election
Voters in the Edina school district will elect three members to the School Board this fall as the terms of Amir Gharbi, Sarah Patzloff and Leny Wallen-Friedman expire in early January 2020. The Edina School Board is made up of seven citizens who are elected at large by voters residing within school district boundaries. Members are elected to four-year overlapping terms, with elections held every two years. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5.
How to Vote
To vote in this election, you must be a resident living with school district boundaries. Some Edina residences are not within district boundaries, and some addresses in neighboring communities are. Check the Polling Place Finder if you have questions.
Absentee and early voting begins Friday, Sept. 20. All early voting will occur at Edina City Hall. Find more information about how to obtain an absentee ballot and/or vote early on the City of Edina website.
Tuesday, Nov. 5 is Election Day. District residents will vote at their assigned polling location. (There will be no voting stations at Edina City Hall on Election Day.)
Sept. 12 - School Board Candidate Forum, 7-9pm, City Hall, sponsored by League of Women Voters-Edina (View video of Candidate Forum)
Sept. 20 - Absentee Balloting opens, Edina City Hall 8am-4:30pm
Oct. 8 - School Board Candidate Forum, 9:30-11:30am, Edina Community Center, Room 349, sponsored by Edina Parent Leadership Council
Oct. 29 - Absentee Balloting, Edina City Hall 10am-4:30pm
Nov. 2 - Absentee Balloting, Edina City Hall 10am-3pm
Nov. 4 - Absentee Balloting, Edina City Hall 8am-5pm
Nov. 5 - ELECTION DAY, Polls open 7am-8pm