Northfield’s Own

“It is the people in our community that know best how to farm their land, run their business, and raise their family. I am running for them.”

Aramis Wells – Candidate for House District 20b

Northfield’s Own

“It is the people in our community that know best how to farm their land, run their business, and raise their family. I am running for them.”

Aramis Wells
Candidate for
House District 20b

We have a rare opportunity to elect an outstanding individual, a true citizen legislator, not a professional politician. One of our own, Aramis Wells is running for the Minnesota State House of Representatives. He’s been an active leader in our community: fireman, rescue squad captain and Boy Scout Leader to name but a few. Aramis believes that YOU know what’s best for your family, not “professional” politicians in St. Paul. Aramis Wells is the kind of leader you know we need right now. Let’s make it happen. Elect Aramis Wells to the Minnesota House.

This November Vote Aramis Wells for House District 20b

This November Vote
Aramis Wells for
House District 20b

Early Voting Thru 11/7
Vote in Person Vote by absentee ballot at your local election office.
LeSueur County

ADDRESS

Le Sueur County Courthouse 88 S Park Ave Le Center, MN 56057

ABSENTEE VOTING CONTACT

Carol Blaschko Phone: 507-357-2251 Fax: 507-357-8628 Email: cblaschko@co.le-sueur.mn.us

Rice County

ADDRESS

Rice County Elections 320 3rd St NW Faribault, MN 55021

ABSENTEE VOTING CONTACT

Rice County Elections Phone: 507-332-6104 Fax: 507-333-3754 Email: rcelections@co.rice.mn.us

Scott County

ADDRESS

Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave W Shakopee, MN 55379

ABSENTEE VOTING CONTACT

Lisa Shadick Phone: 952-496-8560 Fax: 952-496-8174 Email: scelections@co.scott.mn.us

 

Vote by Mail Any registered voter can vote by mail Get your absentee ballot application Download and print the absentee ballot application, or request a ballot using the online form.

Vote on Election Day
The Election is November 8th Polls are open 7 AM–8 PM. If you’re in line at your polling location by 8 PM, you’re allowed to vote.