Elections - Administration

Election Administration: local, state and national

The Brandon Township Clerk is responsible for the administering of all elections in the precinct of Brandon Township. The town board appoints the head judge and all assisting judges for each election. Brandon Township and the City of Brandon are linked for primary and general elections and use the same voting equipment including the AutoMark and the M-100 Tabulator for primary and general elections. The two precincts use the Brandon City Auditorium as their polling places. Brandon township elections are held in conjunction with the national and state general election date on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even numbered years. As of January 1, 2013, due to the passage of a ballot question in November of 2012, the clerk and treasurer are now appointed positions.

About Us

Township 129 Range 29

Established as Chippewa Township September 3, 1867
Renamed Brandon Township March 11, 1881

Vital Statistics -
Location: Douglas County, MN
Land Area: 30.4 sq. mi.
Water Area: 5.1 sq. mi.
Lakes With Public Landings: 6
Population: 744 
Households 309
Township Roads: 44.39 Miles


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