Click on the link below to find the latest Spring Primary Election results from February 18, 2020.   Remember Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

February 18, 2020 Spring Primary Election Results  

              Spring Primary and Spring General Election

2020 will be a busy election year for voters of Buffalo County.  The spreadsheet in the attached link will show which offices will be up for election at the Spring Primary on February 18, 2020 and the Spring Election on April 7, 2020.  This document will be updated as candidate information is submitted to the Buffalo County Clerk, Roxann Halverson.  

At this time the candidates for Presidential Preference Primary, to be held April 7, 2020, have not been determined. Those names will be added once they are known.

Candidates up for election in Spring 2020


                     LOCATION FOR FEBRUARY 18, 2020

The February 18, 2020 Spring Primary Election is one week away.  Do you know where you need to vote or what time the polling places open?  Do you know what will be on your ballot next week?

The attached flier will help give you those answers.  Please take a special look at polling place locations as Town of Milton and Town of Mondovi locations have changed since the last election.

February 18, 2020 Spring Primary Ballot Flier


                                 Addressing Project Update

The anticipated completion date of November 15th for the addressing project has not been achieved due to setbacks the sign installation contractor has experienced. Signs continue to be installed with a hoped completion date of mid-December, weather permitting. Please do not remove the old address signs prior to a new sign being installed.

Buffalo County is working closely with emergency services. E911 is entering both old and new addresses in their emergency response database. Residents may be requested to provide both addresses if calling for emergency service until the project is completed. First Responders and Fire Departments have been provided maps that have both the “old” and “new” roads names.

It has been reported that some new signs have been moved by land owners to locations that are not appropriate or conducive to locating properties by emergency responders. We ask that if you have moved signs, to locations where they are no longer readily visible from both road directions and where they are no longer perpendicular to the road, to return those signs to their appropriate locations. The goal is to assure as best as possible the safety and wellbeing of all Buffalo County residents and visitors.

Your cooperation and understanding is most appreciated.

Buffalo County News Flash

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