Edina will not hold mayor or city council elections this year; it will hold school board elections.
If you are interested in your local schools and the quality of the education they are providing, you should seriously consider running for the school board in your district. The window of time to explore what it will take is getting short.
Edina School District 273 school board will have four spots up for election. Questions regarding affidavits of candidacy for the Edina School Board should be directed to Margo Bauck, 942-848-4004 or email Margo.Bauck@edinaschools.org.
UPDATED INFORMATION Edina has published the filing period, August 1 - August 15. For more information see the District website page CLICK HERE
The Senate District 49 Candidate Search committee will be open to talk with candidates that seek our support. If you are considering running, or if you are willing to volunteer and to help with these campaigns, please contact Randy Sutter (952-835-8917) or Mike Lehmann (612-839-0761).
Edina School Board Elections – Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017 (Pre-registration deadline –Tuesday, October 17, 2017)
Edina actually contains six school districts, but only has citizens residing in the following four districts that will be holding elections November 7, 2017.
School District 273 (Edina) General Election
Edina School District 273 will hold their regular board election to fill four spots on the Edina School Board.
School District 270 (Hopkins) General Election
Hopkins School District 270 will hold their regular board election to fill three spots on the Hopkins School Board.
School District 280 (Richfield) General Election
Richfield School District 280 will hold their regular board election to fill three spots on the Richfield School Board.
School District 283 (St. Louis Park) General Election
St. Louis Park School District 283 will hold their regular board election to fill three spots on the St. Louis Park School Board.
For further details about City of Edina School Board Elections CLICK HERE