The 2020 elections are some of the most important in American history, particularly so since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, voters do not need to risk their safety to make their voices heard at the ballot box. In Minnesota, voters can easily vote from home by following a few simple steps.
Complete the 2020 Minnesota Absentee Ballot Application online at www.mnvotes.org or return the absentee ballot application to your county election office by mail, fax, or email. Once the application is submitted, election officials will send you the election materials starting on Friday, September 18.
It is important that you promptly fill out your ballot and get it in the mail because it needs to be received by Election Day on November 3. To ensure your ballot is counted, it is recommended that you apply for your absentee ballot before Friday, October 2. You can also return your ballot in person to your county election office.
You can track the status of your ballot and confirm it was received and counted at www.mnvotes.org too!