If you are eligible to vote, you still need to get registered before you vote.
Pre-register before Oct. 16 online or by returning a registration form to an elections office.
You can also register when you vote by bringing one of the accepted proofs of residence with you to your voting location.
Before you vote, learn what you will be voting on.
There are several federal, state, and local offices on the ballot in Minneapolis this year. There may also be a charter amendment question.
A sample ballot, or practice ballot, is one of the best resources for learning about what you'll be voting on.
Decide how you will vote.
You can choose if you want to vote:
1. At your polling place on August 14 for the Primary and November 6 for the General.
2. At home with a vote by mail ballot starting June 29 for the Primary and Sept. 21 for the General.
3. In-person at the Early Vote Center starting June 29 for the Primary and Sept. 21 for the General.