An election judge, an authorized challenger or other voter may challenge an individual, based upon the personal knowledge they know that the voter is not eligible to vote at that precinct. Minnesota Statutes 204C.07 and 204C.12 address challenges to voters.
Only one challenger for each candidate, party or question is allowed in the polling place at any given time.
For more information on voting challenges refer to our documents on Election Day Challengers and the Role of Challengers in the Polling Place.
Also see the fact sheet Challenges and Vouching Must be Based upon Personal Knowledge! for more information.
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