No. Not unless they qualify for Agent Delivery.
Some voters may be able to authorize an individual (agent) to pick up and return an absentee ballot for them. This service is available only within the seven days preceding an election.
Each agent is allowed to deliver and return ballots for a maximum of three voters.
You can cast an absentee vote by the agent if you are a:
Patient in a hospital, residential treatment center, or nursing home.
A resident of a group home.
A resident of a battered women's shelter.
A resident of an assisted living facility.
Voters who would have difficulty getting to the polls because of incapacitating health reasons.
How to Vote by Agent
Choose someone to be your agent who:
Has a pre-existing relationship with you.
Is at least 18 years old.
Is not a candidate in the election.
Complete and return both of the following before 2 pm on Election Day to Ramsey County Elections located at 90 Plato Boulevard in St. Paul:
Have your agent bring the completed forms to Ramsey County Elections located at 90 Plato Boulevard W; St. Paul MN to pick up your ballot.
Your agent must pick up your ballot before
on Election Day.
Your agent will be given your ballot and envelopes to bring to you.
Vote your ballot and complete the materials according to the enclosed instructions.
Have your agent return your voted ballot to Ramsey County Elections offices BEFORE 3 on Election Day.
View a flowchart outlining the process of absentee voting using an agent for delivery for easy reference.