To register, a person must be:
A person can vote while under guardianship unless a judge specifically has revoked their right to vote. A person cannot vote if a court has ruled that they are legally incompetent.
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Registration DatesVoters are encouraged to register before Election Day. To pre-register, election officials must receive a voter’s application at least three weeks before Election Day.
Voters can register at their polling place on Election Day if they miss the pre-registration date.
Ways to Register to Vote
Voters can also register to vote by checking a box on their driver’s license application or renewal form.
If a voter moves to a new Minnesota residence, they can submit a United States Postal Service (USPS) change-of-address form. USPS will notify election officials of the change. If election officials can match the record in their system, they will update the voter’s address and mail a green confirmation postcard to the voter.
Read the Voter Registration Confidentiality Notice
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