Vote in Minnesota!

Boost your Representative!


-18 years old

-U.S. resident

-Lived in the State for a period of time

Election Day

Nov. 8, 2016

Precinct caucus

Meetings of registered electors who are members of a particular major political party

Where to find your polling group

Can search online, or check with your community

How to register

-In Advance: Register online, or do it when you get your driver's license

-On Election Day: You can register as long as you have your driver's license, U.S. residency, and proof you lived in the State for a period of time

Absentee ballot

-A ballot completed and typically mailed in advance of an election by a voter who is unable to be present at the polls

-Submitted by Saturday 2:00 p.m. two days before election day

3 reasons people are denied the right to vote in Minnesota

-Aren't 18

-Not a U.S. citizen

-Haven't lived in the State for a period of time

3 reasons people don't vote (allowed to, but don't want to)

-Believe there vote doesn't count

-They're too busy, since voting takes place on Tuesday, they're working

-Apathy: they don't care


Vote for your candidate, it doesn't matter if you think you're vote won't count, It will always count! Think about your future.