School Board Election
November 5, 2013
An election for members to the Independent School District 15 School Board was held Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
Top three vote-getters for the four-year terms are David Roberts, Barbara Jahnke and Marsha Van Denburgh. Top vote-getter for the two-year term is Betsy Roed.
View election results by precinct.
View a sample ballot.
Candidate profiles appeared in the October Courier or view a printable PDF of the profiles.
A Meet the Candidates forum for ISD 15 School Board candidates was held October 22 at the ISD 15 Central Services Center. The event was sponsored by the St. Francis Area Chamber of Commerce and St. Francis Area Women of Today.
View the forum online.
The polls for the school district election will open at 7:00 a.m. and will close at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
A voter must be registered to vote to be eligible to vote in this election. An unregistered individual may register to vote at the polling place on election day.
The combined polling places for this election and the precincts served by those polling places will be as follows:
Precinct 1: ISD 15 Central Services Center
4115 Ambassador Blvd. NW, St. Francis
Precinct 1 encompasses all territory in ISD 15 located in the City of Bethel, the City of St. Francis and City of Nowthen, Anoka County, Minnesota and Stanford Township, Athens Township and Spencerbrook Township, Isanti County, Minnesota.
Precinct 2: Lifelong Learning Center
18900 Cedar Drive, Oak Grove
Precinct 2 encompasses all territory in ISD 15 located in the City of Andover and in the City of Oak Grove, Anoka County, Minnesota.
Precinct 3: East Bethel Senior Center
2241 – 221st Avenue NE, East Bethel
Precinct 3 encompasses all territory in ISD 15 located in the City of East Bethel and Linwood Township, Anoka County, Minnesota.
Register to vote and absentee voting
Before you can vote, you must register. In Minnesota, you may register on election day at your polling place with appropriate identification showing residency in the precinct.
Your registration remains current until you move, change your name, or do not vote for four consecutive years. You may update your registration information by completing another voter registration application.
Persons unable to go to their polling place location on election day but still want to vote in the election can vote by absentee ballot. Absentee voting can be done in-person or by mail. All absentee voters must first complete an Application for an Absentee Ballot. Ballots must be returned by election day to be counted.
For more information, contact the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office at 651-296-2803 or call the Anoka County Elections office at 763-323-5275.