Everything You Need to Know About Voting in Minnesota

• • • •

Minnesota offers online, by mail and in-person voting registration options. Here is everything you need to know to be prepared to vote in Minnesota.

Check your Minnesota voter registration status here.

You do not need to show ID to vote in Minnesota if your voter registration is current and active. If you need to update your registration or have not voted in more than four years, you will need to prove residence. Learn more about proving residency here.

Registration deadlines

Online: Tuesday, October 13 | Register online to vote in Minnesota

By mail: Received by Tuesday, October 13
Download Minnesota voter registration form (English PDF)

Download Minnesota voter registration form (Español PDF)

In person: Tuesday, November 3 | Voters can register to vote in-person until November 3 and at their polling place on Election Day, November 3. Find your polling place.

Learn about Minnesota’s Safe at Home Address Confidentiality Program here

Absentee ballot deadlines

Absentee ballots must be requested by Monday, November 2. All voters in Minnesota can request an absentee ballot be mailed to them. Details here.

Download an absentee ballot application.

Absentee ballots must be postmarked by November 3.

Early Voting

The early voting period has begun in Minnesota, and it runs through Monday, November 2.

Find out where to vote here.

There is still time to make your voice heard. Register and vote!

Fact Quotes

“Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt



Tired of Fighting to Vote? Democrats Want to Make Voting Easier.

700 People Dead. 30,000 Sick. Trump rallies have taken lives.

We Decide Who Wins Elections, Not the Courts

The Reality Behind Donald Trump’s Claims that His Policies Help Black Americans

Trump’s Actions This Week Perfectly Encapsulate How He Fails America

Donald Trump Has Never Been a President for All Americans, and He Is Incapable of Starting Now

Ivanka’s Trademarks Get Granted. Sanctions on Chinese Company Get Lifted.

The Simplicity of Donald Trump’s Thinking Vastly Underestimates America

The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Helped Prevent 1.7 Million Abortions

In the Final Stretch Before Election Day the Chaos Will be Extreme. Do not Be Discouraged. Do not Be Distracted.

What Has Joe Biden Done? Co-Sponsored the PROTECT Our Children Act of 2008

What Has Biden Done? As Vice President, Biden Oversaw the Implementation of the Recovery Act

Donald Trump’s Trade “Deal” with China: Another Broken Promise

Donald Trump Has Lied About Passing Veterans Choice Over 150 Times

Joe Biden’s Proposed Investment in Biofuels Will Help Farmers to Profit and Fight Climate Change

What Has Biden Done? He Was an Original Co-Sponsor of The Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act

Trump’s Promise Broken: From “Bill of Love” to Deporting Dreamers

How does a coward cross the road? Ask Donald Trump.

The Economy Does Better Under Democrats

Floridians Can’t Trust Trump on Offshore Drilling

Dear President Trump: The Stock Market Is Not the Economy

Donald Trump’s Economy Not The “Best Ever” Even Before the Pandemic

The Breathtaking, Not-At-All-Veiled Racism Behind Donald Trump’s Claim He’s Saved the Suburbs

Joe Biden Will Invest $10 Billion in Minority-Serving Incubators That Connect Students to Jobs in Fields Where They Are Underrepresented

The Trump Organization Received Funds From a $500 Million Loan Given By a State-Owned Chinese Construction Company

We can't win without your support.

We're running digital campaigns in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Florida through November 3rd to make sure voters have the facts. Share the facts and donate today.