Primary Election Day is Tuesday, Aug. 14 in Minnesota.

According to the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State, a primary election “determines which candidates will be on the ballot in the November general election.”

In Redwood County, voters will be selecting candidates for the offices of U.S. Senate (two open seats), U.S. Representative in the Seventh Congressional District, governor and attorney general.

Voting is scheduled to open in polling places across the county at 7 a.m. Tuesday and will remain open until 8 p.m., although townships with a population of less than 500 have the option of opening at 10 a.m.

What follows is a list of polling place locations. Unless indicated, polls will open at 7 a.m.:

• Belview Community Center – City of Belview and Kintire Township

• Clements Legion Hall – City of Clements, Sundown Township and Three lakes Township

• Delhi City Hall – City of Delhi and Delhi Township

• Lamberton Community Center – City of Lamberton and Lamberton Township

• Lucan Fire Hall – City of Lucan, Granite Rock Township and Johnsonville Township

• Milroy City Hall – City of Milroy, Gales Township and Westline Township

• Morgan Lion’s community building – City of Morgan, Brookville Township, Morgan Township and Sherman Township

• Redwood Area Community Center – City of Redwood Falls Ward 1, 2 and 3

• Redwood Falls Fire Hall – Honner Township, Paxton Township and Redwood Falls Township

• Sanborn municipal building – City of Sanborn and Charlestown Township

• Seaforth Legion community hall – City of Seaforth and Sheridan Township

• Swedes Forest Town Hall – Swedes Forest Township (10 a.m.)

• Vesta Community Hall – City of Vesta, Underwood Township (10 a.m.) and Vesta Township (10 a.m.)

• Wabasso Community Center – City of Wabasso, New Avon Township and Vail Township

• Walnut Grove Community Center – City of Revere, City of Walnut Grove, North Hero Township and Spring-dale Township (10 a.m.)

• Wanda Legion Hall – City of Wanda, Waterbury Township and Willow Lake Township

Voters are reminded they may only vote for candidates from one political party, and if one would vote for candidates from both political parties, their votes will not count.

Voters decide which one of the two parties they will vote for during the primary election.

Learn more about the primary election online at