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How To Vote In Minnesota 2020



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hey Minnesota if you wanna vote you have

to be registered if you're not sure if

you registered already there's a link in

the description where you can check

right now if you're not registered or

you need to update your name or address

you can go to the link in the

description and register online as long

as you have a Minnesota driver's license

or state ID or the last four digits of

your social security number if you don't

have any of those things or you'd rather

just fill out a paper form and mail it

in you can use the printable form in the

description either way you choose to

register the deadline is October 10th

for the November election if you missed

that deadline though don't panic you can

still register at your polling location

on Election Day you just need to bring

some form of photo ID in a proof of

residence like a utility bill bank

statement or a lease with your name and

address on it if you have a Minnesota

driver's license or a tribal ID and

addresses current those count for both

forms once you're registered there are a

few ways you can vote if you want to

vote from the comfort of your own home

you can request a vote absentee by mail

you can use the online or the mail-in

application there are links to both in

the description there's no official

deadline to request your absentee ballot

but the sooner you do it the more time

you have to get your ballot in the mail

fill it out at your own pace and send it

back before November 3rd there's also a

link below you can use to keep track of

your absentee ballot and make sure it

gets received and counted you can also

vote early in person at your county

elections office from September 18th to

November 2nd during their normal

business hours some offices stay open

for extra weekend and evening hours so

check out the link below to find out

when and where you can vote early in

your County if you're gonna vote in

person on November 3rd polls are open

from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and there's a link

below that tells you where you need to

go vote unless you're registering at the

polls on Election Day you don't need to

bring an ID so if it's been 4 years or

more since you last voted they're gonna

ask you to show proof of residence like

a utility bill lease bank statement or

driver's license with your name and

current address on it before you go vote

you can look at a sample ballot ahead of

time there's a link in the description

it'll tell you everything that you'll be

able to vote for in this year's

elections you don't have to vote for

everything on the ballot but if you want

a chance to do some research on the

candidates in your local elections it's

a pretty good idea to look at a sample

ballot first you can even fill it out

and bring it to the polls with you so

you can be sure you remember how you

want to vote before you go if you're

gonna vote open up your Notes app grab a

pen and paper and make a plan write down

the win and how you're gonna register

what time you're gonna vote how you're

gonna get there

what ID you're gonna use if you need one

even who you're gonna bring to the polls

with you having a plan is a

great way to make sure that nothing

unexpected keeps you from voting on

November 3rd there will be links for

everything you need to check your

registration vote early and find your

polling location in the description

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