Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th.
Voted already? Voting on Tuesday? What is your plan to vote?
If you have voted already, great! But you can still do more!
Pick up that phone and call your friends and family to ensure they are planning to vote. We must overwhelm the polls on Election Day to fire Tim Walz and his entire administration. Feel free to remind your family and friends of his long list of failures.
The Minnesota GOP ticket is exceptionally strong this year and our candidates will bring law and order, safety, secure elections, freedom and liberty back for all Minnesotans. Let's #healminnesota together.
View the sample ballot
Speed up your time to complete your ballot on Tuesday by viewing and printing off a sample ballot. Take the sample ballot with you to the voting booth and use it as a reference for completing your official ballot.
To view your sample ballot, use this link and enter your zip code and address information in. You will be able to see your sample ballot by clicking on the green "SAMPLE BALLOT" button.
Where is your precinct to vote?
Not sure where to vote? Use the Pollfinder tool to find your correct precinct.
New voter? Never voted?
Minnesota allows for SAME DAY REGISTRATION. Simply take your drivers license or another state issued photo identification with you along with another document showing your current address such as a bank statement, utility bill, etc. You don't need a paper copy if you have this on your mobile phone: simply use your phone to show the information to the registration table. To view the full details on registering:
Ever wondered on uncontested races?
Many wonder if you need to vote for all open spots in a race.
That answer is: it is entirely up to you.
You are free to vote for the maximum number allowed or as few as you'd like. When you don't vote a particular race, it is called an "undervote ballot" which simply means that you choose to skip voting for candidate(s) in a race. This includes races with multiple seats open such as school board.
As an example: in La Crescent, there are 3 open seats for School Board. You may vote for 0, 1, 2 or 3 candidates. Any of these options are accepted as valid.
As another example: An uncontested race where there is only one person running. You are free to vote or not vote for that candidate. Additionally, you can always write-in someone else if you'd like.
Ever wonder about write-ins?
In Minnesota, write-ins are allowed for general elections, like the election on November 8.
For local races, there is no requirement for a candidate to file as a write-in before the election. You can simply write-in the person to the write-in line and the vote will count for the person.
For state and federal races, candidates do have to file as "write-in" candidates prior to the election in order to be accepted as a write-in. If you write-in someone that hasn't filed, your write-in vote will simply not count. This does not impact or spoil any other parts of your ballot.