Have you voted yet? Election Day is November 6th but early voting in Minnesota is already happening! This is an important election year and your voice matters, so make a plan to vote, talk to your friends about voting and help get others to the polls! Here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know to vote in Minnesota.

Am I registered? Is it too late to register?

In Minnesota, you can register on Election Day, so if you aren’t registered already, it’s not too late! Check your registration here and register online, on paper or at your polling place on Election Day. You will need to show proof of address to register.

Do I need an ID to vote?

You do NOT need an ID to vote if your registration is current and active, but if your registration is not active, you will need to show proof of address to register. Visit mnvotes.org to learn more about the types of ID required to register.

Where do I vote?

Early voting by mail: You must apply to vote early by mail; you can apply online. Be sure to leave time to receive and return your ballot on or before Election Day on November 6th. Ballots received after Election Day do not count!

Early voting in-person: All county elections offices in Minnesota allow early voting in-person. Depending on where you live, your city or county may have other in-person early voting locations as well.

Voting on Election Day: Enter your address into this Polling Place Finder to find out where you can vote on Election Day.

What are my rights as a voter?

This sheet goes over all your rights as a voter. Make sure you understand your rights as a voter and that your friends and loved ones know their rights, too!

I have other questions about voting

Visit the Secretary of State’s website to explore any and all questions about voting. Or contact us at LAMN if you have questions. Don’t sit this election out!

Cross-posted from endorsing organization Lutheran Advocacy-Minnesota.

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