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Notice of General ElectionA Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020, in all Vote Centers in Brookings County. The election polls will be open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM central daylight savings time on the day of the election. Registered voters in Brookings County can vote at any of the following Vote Centers on Election Day.
The Vote Centers are as follows:
Vote Center Place of Voting
1-1 Brookings Activity Center- 320 5th Ave., Brookings
1-2 Bethel Baptist Church- 714 17th Ave. S., Brookings
1-3 Swiftel Center- 824 32nd Ave., Brookings
1-4 Aurora Little Hall- 101 Nicolett St., Aurora
1-5 Elkton Community Center- 109 Elk St., Elkton
1-6 McKnight Hall in White- 228 W. Main St., White
1-7 Bruce Community Room- 507 Jay St., Bruce
1-8 Trinity Lutheran Church- 321 S. Main, Arlington
1-9 Sinai Fire Hall- 305 Main Ave., Sinai
1-10 Volga Community Center- 109 Samara Ave., Volga
1-11 Holy Life Tabernacle- 241 Mustang Pass, Brookings
Voters with disabilities may contact the County Finance Office for information and special assistance in absentee voting or polling place accessibility.
Brookings County Finance Officer
- Absentee Voting for Primary Election begins April 17th
- Voter Registration Deadline for Primary Election is May 18th
- Primary Election is June 2nd
- Absentee Voting for Primary Election begins September 18th
- Voter Registration Deadline for General Election is October 19th
- General Election is November 3rd
The County Finance Office & Elections
The County Finance Office is responsible for coordinating all countywide elections, including primary and general Elections.This office is responsible for the master voter registration list for Brookings County.
Registering & Absentee Ballots
Brookings County residents can register to vote and request absentee ballots for countywide, primary and general elections from the County Finance Office.
Brookings County Vote Centers
Brookings County residents can vote at any one of eleven Vote Centers throughout the County. The voting process is the same as it has been in the past, but voter check-in is faster with the use of E-pollbooks; an electronic form of the voter registration list. For a list of Vote Center locations or for more information, please view this brochure.
To view your sample ballot, you can either stop in to the Brookings City & County Government Center, or visit the Secretary of State website's Voter Information Portal.