How do I vote if I can’t make it on Election Day?

In Minnesota, voters are allowed to cast an absentee ballot for any reason in the 46 days prior to Election Day by mail or in person. Voters can also vote early in the seven days before Election Day. Learn more about absentee and early voting options by clicking here.

Military and overseas voters can vote by absentee ballot by using the process outlined in the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) administered by the MN Secretary of State's Office.

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1. Where do I vote on Election Day?
2. How do I vote if I can’t make it on Election Day?
3. What do Voters Who Feel Sick on Election Day Do?
4. What offices and candidates are on my ballot?
5. It’s Election Day and I’ve had an emergency. How do I vote?
6. Can I pick up a ballot for my spouse/child/neighbor?
7. Am I registered to vote?
8. How do I know that you are going to count my absentee ballot?
9. What if I need assistance casting a ballot?
10. Where do I find Election results?
11. Where can I learn more about my unique circumstance?
12. Where can I find voting resources?