If you haven’t voted or mailed in your ballot yet, there’s still time to make sure your voice gets heard this election season.
First and foremost: don’t mail in your ballot in at this point.
If you already mailed your ballot, but you’re not sure if it’s been counted, follow these three steps:
- Track your ballot at mnvotes.org. If the ballot has been accepted, you’re all set. Nothing else for you to do. Great job, voter!
- If the ballot tracker says your ballot has not been counted, confirm the status with your election office.
- If the election office says your ballot has not been accepted, go vote in person!
If you still have your ballot, or you’ve mailed it and it hasn’t
been accepted, here’s how to make sure your vote gets counted:
Drop off your ballot
Mail-in ballot sitting on your kitchen table? Drop it off in person at the election office that mailed it to you between now and 3 p.m. on November 3. Check your ballot envelope or click here to find your election office.
Vote in person on November 3 (Election Day!!)
If you’re not a mail-in or early voter, you can vote at the polls on Election Day between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Find out where your polling place is. There will be hand sanitizer and wipes to keep polling places safe for voters and COVID19 precautions in place. Wear your mask!
Don’t forget to take a selfie when you cast your ballot! Post pics and tag @TakeActionMN. ✌️📸
Register to Vote
Pre-registration has closed for this election, but you can register when you vote early. Just bring proof of residence. Not sure if you’re registered? 🤔 Check your voter registration status.
Who can vote in Minnesota?
✔️ You must be a U.S. Citizen
✔️ At least 18 years old on November 3
✔️ You must have lived in the state for at least 20 days
✔️ If you have a felony conviction, you must be finished with all parts of your sentence (aka off paper)
Questions? Email us.