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Oct102018

Pre-register to Vote by October 16

Register early and save time on Election Day

Get ready to vote in the 2018 general election. Voters who meet the October 16 pre-registration deadline will save time at the polls on Election Day, November 6. Voters must update their registration if they changed their name or address since the last election.

Register or update your registration online

To register online, voters must provide an email address and an identification number from one of the following:

  • Minnesota driver's license
  • Minnesota ID card
  • Last four digits of Social Security number

You can register online at mnvotes.org.

Register in person or by mail

Voters who meet eligibility guidelines to vote can submit a completed voter registration application to Hennepin County Elections by mail or in person.

Access the voter registration application.

Register on Election Day, November 6

Voters can register or update their registration when they vote, whether at their polling place on Election Day or at an early voting location. Voters will need proof of residence to register. 

Learn more about voter registration.

For more information about elections in Hennepin County, visit hennepin.us/elections.

Look for more news on the Hennepin County website at hennepin.us/news.

Discover how we're making a difference in our communities at hennepin.us/stories.

 

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