Elections & Voting

Office Election Duties

The Auditor’s office administers the county functions of Federal, State and Local elections. This process involves:

  • Absentee voting administration
  • Abstracts
  • Administering county recounts
  • Ballot layout
  • Candidate filings
  • Election day signature rosters
  • Election judges training
  • Election night results
  • Electronic tabulation programming
  • Maintaining voter history
  • Registration of voters

Election Notices

Presidential Nomination Primary (PNP)

What is the PNP? 

  • The purpose of the PNP is for MN voters to vote for a presidential candidate who they wish for their party to nominate as the candidate on the November State General Election ballot.  The chair of each major party will submit a list of candidates for the party’s ballot no later than January 2, 2024.

When does the PNP take place? 

Vote Early for PNP by Absentee 

  • All eligible voters may vote early by absentee 46 days prior to each election at the Morrison County Auditor Treasurer Office at 213 1st Ave SE Little Falls, MN 56345.

  • To request an absentee ballot by mail you can Apply Online, or download and complete the Absentee Ballot Application (PDF)
  • If you are in a Mail Ballot Precinct, your ballot will be mailed to you. See List below for details. 

Important Election Information

This office is a resource to cities, townships and school districts in the election process.

Elected Officials

View a current listing of Township Officials, City Officials and County Commissioners (PDF). The listing is updated as necessary, with some Township elections being held in March, and most City and some Township elections in November. The Townships that have moved their elections to November are indicated on the listing with double stars and a light green highlighting.

The listing shows all of the officials for the townships listed in alphabetical order, followed by the officials for the cities listed in alphabetical order. The County Commissioners are shown at the end of the list, in district number order. You can use the search feature in the browser to locate a particular township or city.