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Voting in Minnesota
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To vote in Minnesota, you must meet the following requirements:
- will be at least 18-years-old on Election Day
- are a citizen of the United States
- will have resided in Minnesota for 20 days immediately preceding Election Day
- have any felony conviction record discharged, expired, or completed
- are not under court-ordered guardianship where a court has revoked your voting rights
- have not been ruled legally incompetent by a court of law
When and where
You must register at least 21 days prior to election day or on election day at a polling place. You may register to vote by completing a Voter Registration Application and submitting it by mail or in-person to your local election official. To register at your polling place on election day, you must bring one of the following forms of identification:
- A valid Minnesota driver’s license, learner’s permit, Minnesota ID card, or receipt for any of these
- A valid student ID card including your photo, if your college has provided a student housing list to election officials
- A Tribal ID card that contains your picture and signature
- A valid registration in the same precinct under a different name or address
- A notice of late registration sent to you by your county auditor or city clerk
- A voter registered in the same precinct as you who can confirm your address with a signed oath
- An employee of the residential facility where you live who can confirm your address with a signed oath
Other forms of identification can also be used. They are listed here.
Voting on election day
A non-photo ID is required to vote on election day.
- See also: State Poll Opening and Closing Times
There is no specific deadline for applying for an absentee ballot. The ballot must be returned on or before Election Day for it to be counted.
Military and overseas voting
For full details regarding military and overseas voting, visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program.
To vote early in Minnesota, a valid excuse is required. You may be eligible to vote early if:
—Long Distance Voter
- Registration info
- Voter ID laws
- Star Tribune, "No excuse needed to vote absentee in Minnesota," June 22, 2014
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- Long Distance Voter, "Early Voting Rules: Delaware," accessed December 18, 2013
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