Request an Absentee Ballot
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Voter Notice:
Absentee ballots returned by mail for the State Primary must be postmarked on or before Election Day (August 11, 2020) and
received by your county no later than the day before the county canvass to be counted. (Canvassing may take place on August 13 or 14).

 

Voting Alternatives:
  1. Vote Absentee in person at your local elections office thru August 10. Learn more.
  2. Vote on Election Day at your polling place.
  3. Certain voters are eligible to have someone pickup and return their absentee ballot.

Or, proceed to request your absentee ballot below.

 

Use this application for federal, state and county elections

To complete this application online you must:

  • Be eligible to register and vote in Minnesota
  • Provide an email address
  • Provide your identification number: MN-issued driver's license, Minnesota ID card or last 4 digits of Social Security Number

If you do not have an email address and one of the identification numbers above, you cannot apply for your absentee ballot online. You may apply with a paper form by clicking this link, selecting your preferred language, and printing out the paper absentee ballot application.

If you are an active duty military or overseas voter, do not use this application. Use the special application for military and overseas voters.

If you already submitted your application, do not submit another one online; use the Absentee Ballot Lookup to find out where your absentee ballot is in the process, or contact your county election office.


County where you live: *


Your city, state and Zip code: *


Election(s) you are requesting an Absentee Ballot for: *


* Required

  • Be at least 18 years old on Election Day
  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Have resided in Minnesota for 20 days immediately preceding Election Day
  • Have any felony conviction record discharged, expired or completed
  • Not be under court-ordered guardianship where a court has revoked your voting rights
  • Not have been ruled legally incompetent by a court of law