Please note: If you requested an absentee ballot and have yet to return it, we are encouraging you to return it as soon as possible in person. To ensure that your vote is counted, do not mail it back. Instead, safely drop it off at a secure dropbox or the election office that sent your ballot no later than 3PM on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020. You can find the nearest dropbox or county election office here. You also have the option of voting early in-person or on Election Day; if you choose this option do not bring your unfilled ballot with you.
If you have any additional questions, please contact the campaign or read below.
Yes! Minnesota has same-day registration. To learn more about what you’ll need to register, click here.
Yes! You can check your current registration status with this tool from the Minnesota Secretary of State.
Voters who have not already requested to vote by mail should vote early in person or on Election Day due to the time required to process their request, receive and return their ballots. Voters who have already received their ballot should fill it out and return it immediately in-person.
For your ballot to count, remember this important information:
You may not drop your ballot off at your polling place on Election Day. Those who have not returned their absentee ballot in time have the option of voting early in-person or on Election Day, but they should not bring their unfilled ballot with them.
You can return your ballot in person no later than 3PM on Election Day to the election office that sent your ballot. You can drop off ballots for up to three other voters. You will need to show identification with name and signature when returning a ballot for someone else. You may not drop your ballot off at your polling place on Election Day.
Find the nearest dropbox or county election office here.
You can vote early with an absentee ballot at your local elections office. If you are not registered, you can do so in person if you show proof of residence.
For most elections, absentee voting locations must be open during their normal business hours starting 46 days before the election. In addition, locations offering absentee ballots for federal, state or county elections must be open:
This does not apply to school districts holding standalone elections.
Some local jurisdictions may provide additional absentee voting days or hours beyond the above required days and times. Call your jurisdiction for more information.
You can find your Election Day polling location with the I Will Vote Poll Finder tool.
Yes. You have a right to take time off work to vote without losing your pay, personal leave, or vacation time. You have the right to take time off work to vote in all state and federal elections, and in all regularly scheduled local elections.