Final Results: Mendota Heights Elections

See who won elected office to represent Mendota Heights or part of Mendota Heights. There are separate election stories for county, judicial, constitutional amendments and national results.

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Looking for Mendota Heights election results? You've come to the right place.

Below you will find up-to-the-minute election results for races in Mendota Heights, including Minnesota House, Minnesota Senate, city council and mayor. Patch will begin updating this page with numbers after the polls close at 8 p.m. on Tuesday.

REMINDER: This page contains local election results only. Click the following links for other results.

  • Dakota County Board of Commissioners & Soil and Water Conservation results

For presidential election, senate race, congressional election and constitutional amendment results, please click here.

Local Government (Final Results, UPDATE: 9:38 a.m., Nov. 7)

Mendota Heights Mayor

*—Denotes Incumbent

Name Total Votes Percentage *Sandra Krebsbach 3913 52.7% Ultan Duggan 3479 46.8%

Mendota Heights City Council

Name Total Votes Percentage Mike Povolny 4564 52.8% Steve Norton 3967 45.9%

State House

House District 52A (Mendota, Mendota Heights, Lilydale, West St. Paul and South St. Paul)

Name Party Total Votes Percentage *Rick Hansen DFL 13732 62.4% Joe Blum GOP 8216 37.3%

House District 52B (Eagan, Mendota Heights, Inver Grove Heights)

Name Party Total Votes Percentage *Joe Atkins DFL 14493 66% Paul Tuschy GOP 7430 33.9%

State Senate

Senate District 52 (Eagan, Inver Grove Heights, South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Mendota Heights)



Total Votes


Jim Metzen

DFL 27149 62%

Dwight Rabuse

GOP 16542 38%

Looking for results from another town? To see local races from around Dakota County, such as school board, city council, and mayoral elections, you can go to Patch's Dakota County Election Hub or visit the Patch site of your choice:


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