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2024 ELECTION DATES
AND INFORMATION

As much as Angela would prefer for Minnesota to go back to one day of voting for elections, the reality is that our laws currently allow for "election season."Let's take advantage of  the options we have for voting absentee or early in person this year.

As your representative, Angela will work to change laws to reflect what most Minnesotans are in favor of to protect the integrity of our elections including:

* one day of voting *

* in person, showing valid ID *

* absentee ballots for traditional excuses only *

* registration before election day *

* hand counting *

VOTE ABSENTEE BY MAIL

Request absentee ballot starting May 15, 2024

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Once you receive your absentee ballot, you may:

  • return it by mail (must be received by election day in order to be counted, so please allow extra time for USPS to deliver it.)

  • place in a drop box where available

  • return it in person to to the election office that sent your ballot by 8pm on election day (November 5, 2024)

You MAY NOT return your absentee ballot to your polling location on November 5, 2024.​ 

More information can be found here: 

https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/other-ways-to-vote/vote-early-by-mail/

VOTE EARLY IN PERSON

Sept. 20 - Nov. 4, 2024

Go to a polling place in your area and vote early:

  • Complete absentee ballot application

  • Receive absentee ballot on the spot

  • Cast your votes

  • Completed ballot is sealed in an envelope, placed in a secure box, and delivered to the ballot board

  • Some locations may give you the option of feeding your ballot directly into a ballot counting machine, just like you do when you vote in person on election day

More information on this option can be found here:

https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/other-ways-to-vote/vote-early-in-person/

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Election Day

VOTE IN PERSON ON ELECTION DAY

November 5, 2024   7am - 8pm

As long as you're in line by 8pm on election day, you can not be denied the right to cast your vote.

If you need to register to vote on election day, be sure to bring something showing proof of address. Accepted proof can be found here:

https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/register-to-vote/register-on-election-day/

Find your polling place here:

https://pollfinder.sos.mn.gov/

TRACK YOUR BALLOT

Make sure your vote is counted!

When you vote in person on election day, you know your vote has been counted when you hear the ding of the ballot machine.

If you choose to vote using an absentee ballot, make sure your ballot has been accepted before election day.

Check the status of your ballot here:

https://mnvotes.sos.mn.gov/abstatus/index

Complete voting information, including results can be accessed at the MN Secretary of State website:

https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/

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