If not registered to vote in Minnesota, you can register on Election Day

Minnesota law allows you to register on Election Day and vote.

If you are eligible to vote but you are not registered as a voter, Minnesota law allows you to register on election day by doing the following:

a.) bringing your ID that has your current address or if you don’t have one, a permit, passport, school ID, military or tribal ID, student fee statements, a lease agreement valid through election day or most bills or bank statements that also list your address. If you still don’t have the preceding, bring a registered voter who will vouch for you by signing an oath that you live at the address you claim to.

On November 6, polls will open at 7am and close at 8pm.

Find out where to vote by following this link.

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