Voting location downtown changes from City Hall to 217 S. Third St.
Beginning this year, in-person absentee voting will no longer be at City Hall. The downtown polling location is moving to the Community Services Building, 217 S. Third St., with entry on Third Street. The new location will have better security and allow a more ordered process for voters.
Absentee voting for the Aug. 9 primary begins Friday, June 24. People can vote early (by absentee ballot) by mail or in person.
Register, learn and vote
Voting is as easy as 1, 2, 3 with the help of the voter page on the elections website at vote.minneapolismn.gov/voters.
- Make sure you’re registered to vote. You can check your registration status and register or update your registration using online tools on the website. You can also download a voter registration application in 10 different languages to print, fill out and submit to get registered.
- Learn what’s on the ballot this year. You can download a practice ballot online to see what offices and candidates you will be voting on before heading to the polls.
- Go vote. Whether you choose to vote early by absentee ballot in person or by mail, or you decide to go to your assigned polling place on Election Day, find the resources you need to cast your ballot. On the website you can find information about in-person absentee voting hours and locations, complete an application to receive an absentee ballot in the mail, or use the polling place finder to find your assigned polling place for Election Day.
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City employees needed to serve as election judges
City employees are encouraged to work part-time or full-time shifts as election judges. You must request time off with your supervisor by filling out the “Request for Time off Work to Serve as an Election Judge” form, which you can also find on CityTalk. Learn more.
Published Jun 14, 2016