Early voting for 2017 municipal and school district elections has begun.
Many school districts in the Twin Cities metropolitan area will also have elections on Nov. 7. In addition to Minneapolis and Saint Paul, elections will be in Bloomington, Circle Pines, Falcon Heights, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Independence, Lino Lakes, Mahtomedi, Minnetonka, Mounds View, New Brighton, Savage, Saint Anthony, Saint Louis Park and White Bear Lake.
Minnesota residents can cast ballots in person at their county election office, vote online, or vote by mail (see details below).
Register online to vote
If you have never voted or have moved since you last voted, you need to register. The pre-registration deadline is Oct. 17. Register online at the Minnesota State Secretary’s website.
Vote today – early voting has begun
As of Sept. 22, Minnesota residents can cast votes in person at the county election office (some cities might have multiple locations). Get more information at the Minnesota State Secretary’s website.
(Note: Those who are not already registered must show proof of residence)
Vote by mail
Vote early by mail. Get more information at the Minnesota State Secretary’s website.
Help others vote
This effort can be localized to your neighborhood, apartment or workplace. Small measures that can make a difference include reminding a friend they may register on Election Day, driving someone to the polling place, or vouching (verifying residency) for a neighbor in your precinct so they can vote.
If you have questions about voter eligibility, or would like to know more about Get Out The Vote or Ranked Choice Voting efforts this year, contact Ed Day for Metro State Votes at:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org