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Other Ways To Vote


Vote early (absentee)

In Minnesota, you can vote early with an absentee ballot starting 46 days before Election Day. You can request an absentee ballot online for federal, state, and county elections. Read about other options and more information about absentee voting at the links below.

Vote from military or abroad 

Military and voters living abroad can use a special process to vote absentee.

Track your absentee ballot

Track the status of your ballot or confirm that it was received back and accepted without problem.

Mail ballot precincts

Some cities and towns can hold elections by mail instead of voting at polling places.

Have an agent pick up your ballot (agent delivery)

In special situations, you may ask an agent to pick up and return an absentee ballot for you. This is called ‘agent delivery.’ Learn more about agent delivery.

 

Voters with print disabilities may request an accessible absentee ballot. 

Print disabilities are disabilities that interfere with the effective reading, writing, or use of printed materials. This definition includes:

  • persons who are blind or visually impaired;
  • those with learning disabilities; 
  • those with a physical disability that interferes with holding and manipulating paper or a pen/pencil.


If you do not have a disability, you are not eligible to receive an accessible ballot.

 

To request an accessible absentee ballot:

  • Complete and submit this application form.
  • Once you have submitted your application, contact your county election office and specify that you wish to receive an accessible ballot. 

Need help?

Call us at 1-877-600-VOTE (8683) or contact your county election office.