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Minnesota Office of the Secretary of State

Frequently Asked Questions - Election Day Voting

If I move within 20 days of the election can I vote at my new address?

Q: If I move within 20 days of the election can I vote at my new address?
A:
Yes, as long as you have been a resident of Minnesota for 20 days prior to the election, you may vote in Minnesota's elections. In fact, you are required to vote using the address where you currently live. It is illegal to vote from an address at which you no longer reside. More information on voter eligibility and proof of residence options may be found on our Registering to Vote page.

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