General Election Information: This page will connect you with the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State, which will provide general information about voting this year.Polling Locations: This page will connect you with the Office Of The Minnesota Secretary Of State, which will provide information about where to vote on November 6.
Those who wish to vote early with an absentee ballot can request that one be mailed to them. This request can be completed online at the Minnesota Secretary of State's website.
- You must have a Driver's License or Minnesota ID card.
- You must be able to provide an email address and the last four digits of your social security number
- You will need to apply individually to receive a ballot for each voting member of your household.
In-person absentee voting is also be available now. Click the links below for your county's election information to find out where you may vote in person prior to election day.On Election Day, every voter will have a designated polling place. Voters who have not registered prior to election day may register in-person, with proof of residency, at their polling place. Polling locations are not permanent and locations may change from one election to another, so voters are encouraged to check their polling location for early voting and Election Day voting here:
Minnesota Secretary of State’s Voting Assistance Site651-215-1440More information is available at:
Washington County Election Information651-430-6175
Anoka County Election Information(763) 323-5275
Chisago County Election Information651-257-1300