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Quick Stats

Minnesota’s Fifth Congressional District encompasses all of Minneapolis, Richfield, St. Louis Park, Golden Valley, Hopkins, New Hope, Crystal, Robbinsdale, Brooklyn Center, Fridley, Columbia Heights, Hilltop, St. Anthony and parts of Edina and Spring Lake Park.

The 5th CD has 221 voting precincts within its 12 separate Senate and House Districts (otherwise known as basic political organizational units or BPOUs). Find out more about voting at the MN Secretary of State site. Not sure which district/BPOU you’re in? Find it here.

CD5 2010 Census Information:
Population: 662,991
White: 430,906
Hispanic: 61,998
African American: 110,064
Asian: 41,419
American Indian: 11,026

All Are Welcome!

The Republican Party of Minnesota welcomes into its party all Minnesotans who are concerned with the implementation of honest, efficient, responsive government. Get to know what Republicans stand for and our history at

  • From the Beginning – Abolishing slavery. Free speech. Women’s suffrage
  • The First Republican – Abraham Lincoln
  • Leading The Way On the Issues – Republicans fought to abolish slavery, give African Americans equal rights and then the vote
  • Republican Women – In 1917, Jeannette Rankin, a Montana Republican, became the first woman to serve in the House.
  • Republican Principles – The individual, equal rights, free enterprise, fiscal responsibility and responsible government.
  • MNGOP documents and party platform