A little more about Luke

By now, you’ve maybe seen my mail piece for my campaign.  One of my favorite parts of the piece is the map of Lakeville that my wife, Josi, designed.  You can see it below.  It shows some of my favorite things about Lakeville but also a little bit more about me.

Can you identify some of the locations?  I’ll give you a hint. One of the flags represents my first job as a dishwasher at Brackett’s Crossing Country Club.



The Doorbells of Lakeville


Lately, while door knocking, I’ve noticed a wide variety of doorbells. I thought it would be fun to take pictures of some of the most interesting doorbells.  Check out the gallery below.

If you have a interesting doorbell, send me a picture at Luke@LukeHellier.org.

See you at the doors!


Vote Early


Between now and election day, you can cast your early by submitting an absentee ballot or voting at Lakeville City Hall.


Here’s also a few important things to do before voting:

Step 1: Make sure you’re registered to vote. You can search the Secretary of State database here.

You can register to vote until October 18.  If you are unable to register by October 18, you are allowed to register on election day at your polling location. You can register online  by clicking here.

Step 2: Find out which precinct you live in to determine your polling location. Enter your address here to confirm your voting location.

Step 3: If you know your precinct, you can click here to find out your polling location on election day.

Step 4: Get informed about the candidates for local office. You can watch recent forums of the candidates here:

Lakeville School Board

Lakeville City Council

Lakeville Mayor

Step 5: Cast your vote and be sure to cast your ballot for Luke Hellier for City Council

‘I already voted.’

While door knocking the last few days, I’ve encountered a similar reaction at the door: ‘I already voted and I voted for you.’  It’s such an honor receive their support but it’s also a surprising reaction to get on October 1 – 36 days before Election Day.

Due to a law change after the 2014 election, voters are now able to cast their ballots at Lakeville City Hall anytime between now and election day. If you’re interested in casting an early vote, you can find out more information at the City of Lakeville website.

Looking for more information on voting?

Find out who represents you

Lakeville polling locations

Online voter registration

Submit a request for an absentee ballot

Please consider voting early and I humbly ask for your vote.