VOTING INFORMATION

Voting is open now through November 3!

In Minnesota, you can register:

  • Online, through October 13​​

    • Using your email address​

    • You will need your Minnesota driver's license or Minnesota identification card

  • On paper, through October 13

  • On Election Day

    • Click the link above for information regarding proof of residence and how to register or update your registration on Election Day​

Make sure to check your registration now to avoid issues when you vote.

Decide How You Want To Vote

Voting by mail is a great option for voters who want to minimize their risk of contracting COVID-19.

The deadline to request your absentee ballot is November 2, the day before Election Day, but to ensure your ballot is counted you are encouraged to request your ballot in advance. Find further information on options and deadlines for returning your ballot here

In Person:

You can vote in person anytime between now and November 3. Find information on locations and hours to vote early in person here.

If you plan to vote on Election Day, November 3, make sure you know where to vote and what to bring with you

Polling places are usually open from 7am-8pm. You can vote as long as you are in line by 8pm!

Employers are required to pay you for the time you need to vote, if it falls within your scheduled hours. Find more information here.

Have other questions? You can find the answer on the Minnesota Secretary of State Elections & Voting website, or email james@jamesforspps.com to be connected with one of our team members!

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