Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, passport application will only be accepted by appointment only. Passport photos cannot be processed at this time. Please call the Auditor's Office at 320-983-8310 to schedule an appointment. Read on...
The first half Property Taxes are still due on May 15, 2020, however at the County Board meeting on May 5, 2020, the County Board of Commissioners voted to abate (remove) penalties on current property tax payments... Read on...
To the Clerks and voters of (All) Townships and Cities in the County of Mille Lacs, State of Minnesota: The State of Minnesota provided counties an opportunity to receive a Voting Equipment Grant (VEGA-2) to assist counties in upgrading... Read on...
The Auditor-Treasurer is designated by the Secretary of State as Registrar of Voters, and chief custodian of official voter registration and election records.
Duties & Responsibilities
The Auditor-Treasurer is responsible for conducting the primary and general elections during the even-numbered years, as well as any special county-wide elections. The Auditor-Treasurer is responsible for training election judges and officials, printing ballots, acting as filing officer for county races, distributing absentee ballots to those who will be unable to vote on Election Day, and tabulating the election results from the 25 precincts in the county.
The Auditor-Treasurer is also a member of the Canvass Board. The Canvass Board meets shortly after the election to review for accuracy the results of the election and to declare a winner.
Browse a collection of financial reports from candidates in Mille Lacs County elections.
Use the Minnesota Secretary of State Caucus Finder to find caucus locations based on your address, as well as links to party websites.
Election judges carry out election procedures and make sure that the rights of voters are protected. Find out how to become a judge for an upcoming election.
View federal, state, and local election results from the Minnesota Secretary of State
Use the Minnesota Secretary of States Polling Place Finder to locate where you will vote based on your address, the district in which you reside (for legislative seats and judicial and county offices), a list of candidates, and a sample ballot for your district.
You may pre-register to vote at any time, but no less than 20 days before an election. If you are not able to pre-register, you may register to vote at your polling place on Election Day. Read details about registering to vote and eligibility requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I find out where my Polling Place is?
- Am I registered to vote?
- Why should I pre-register to vote?
- How do I register to vote?
- What if I cannot get to the polls on election day?
- How do I get an absentee ballot?
- Can I register to vote on Election Day?
- What if I am not registered to vote, but want to cast an absentee ballot?