McLeod Polling Locations

In-Person Precincts
Polling locations listed are open from 7:00 a.m. through 8:00 p.m. on Election Day
Acoma Township Acoma Town Hall, 23486 - 230th Street, Hutchinson
Bergen Township  Lester Prairie Sportsmen's Club, 3548 - 180th Street, Lester Prairie
Collins Township Stewart Community Center, 551 Prior Street, Stewart
Glencoe Township Glencoe City Center, 1107 - 11th Street East, Suite 103, Glencoe
Hale Township Hale Town Hall, 9527 - 220th Street, Silver Lake
Hassan Valley Township Hassan Valley Town Hall, 420 Ames Street, Biscay
Helen Township Plato Fire Hall, 112 - 2nd Avenue Northeast, Plato
Hutchinson Township Gopher Campfire Club, 24718 County Road 7, Hutchinson
Lynn Township Lynn Town Hall, 14995 County Road 7, Hutchinson
Penn Township Penn Town Hall, 15989 - 40th Street, Brownton
Rich Valley Township Rich Valley Town Hall, 16543 Ideal Avenue, Glencoe 
Sumter Township Brownton Community Center, 310 - 2nd Street North, Brownton
Winsted Township Winsted Fire Hall, 431 - 6th Street South, Winsted
City of Brownton Brownton Community Center, 310 - 2nd Street North, Brownton
City of Glencoe Glencoe City Center, 1107 - 11th Street East, Suite 112, Glencoe
City of Hutchinson Recreation Center, 900 Harrington Street, Hutchinson
City of Lester Prairie Lester Prairie City Hall, 37 Juniper Street, Lester Prairie
City of Silver Lake Silver Lake Auditorium, 320 Main Street West, Silver Lake
City of Stewart Stewart Community Center, 551 Prior Street, Stewart
City of Winsted Winsted City Hall, 201 - 1st Street North, Winsted

Mail Ballot Precincts
City of Biscay
City of Plato
Round Grove Township

If you reside in a mail ballot precinct and are an active registered voter, you will automatically receive a ballot in the mail.

Mail ballot voters may mail their ballot back or deliver their voted ballot to their polling location, which is:
McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer
McLeod County Government Center
520 Chandler Avenue North
Glencoe, Minnesota 55336

Business Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(Except Holidays)

NOTE: Check for extended hours the day before an election, and the day of an election. 

If mailing, ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received within the next seven days to be counted.  ALL mail ballots are counted at the Office of the Auditor-Treasurer.

If you would like to register and receive a ballot please contact our Elections Department at 320-864-1203.

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