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Am I eligible to vote?


In order to vote, you must meet the following requirements.

How will COVID-19 impact voters, polling place operations, and registration?

This may continue to be updated as time goes by:
Protocol for limiting exposure must incorporate social distancing as much as possible. This means that crowded registration and polling places will not be commonplace in the upcoming elections in order to provide safety and protection for voters and poll workers.

How do I register to vote?

Find out if you’re already registered to vote here.
If you are, skip to the “how can I vote” section. If you are not registered to vote, you can do so three different ways.

Register online


Register online to vote in the primary and general elections.

Register on paper


Register on Election Day


How can I vote?


There are three ways to vote: in person on Election Day, early by mail, and early in person.

Voting in person on Election Day

You can vote in person on the August 11 and November 3 Election Days.

Voting early by mail

In Minnesota, you can vote early with an absentee ballot starting 46 days before Election Day.

Voting early in person


For most elections, absentee voting locations must be open starting 46 days before the election.


How can I stay safe while voting in person?


As some people vote in person this year, we want to help them stay as safe as possible at polling places. Below are some tips on how to keep yourself healthy.