Municipalities can be impacted by the redrawing of lines because legislative boundaries (state and federal) can change and municipal voting precincts boundaries must coincide with those lines.
The Special Redistricting Panel appointed by the Minnesota Supreme Court released a redistricting plan/map in February. In effect, the plan includes no impact to Lino Lakes’ congressional and legislative voting districts. The City remains in the 6th District (Congress) and is fully included in one state legislative district now numbered as 36(A).
Changes to Lino Lakes Polling Locations
Lino Lakes' voters should note the following changes to polling locations that will be in place for the 2022 elections in August and November:
Precinct 6 residents will vote at Lino Lakes Fire Station No. 2, 1710 Birch Street;
Precinct 7 residents will vote at Living Waters Lutheran Church, 865 Birch Street.
Note also that, due to a precinct line change, a small number of residents who did vote in Precinct 4 will now be in Precinct 5.