I’m asking for your vote!! You may also vote early! I did!!
Anyone with an ‘R’ behind their name in the conservative Sixth Congressional District will win in the General Election in November.
It’s the Primary election that is key to WHO represents you… the Deputy Chair of a D.C. private organization who partners with Democrats Ellison & Klobuchar to funnel tax dollars out of the state… or a Grassroots Conservative.
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VOTE EARLY IN PERSON
All voters have at least one location where they can vote early in person with an absentee ballot. Depending on where you live, there may be additional locations.
- You can vote in person at your county election office.
- In addition to your county election office, some cities and towns offer in-person absentee voting. Check with your city clerk’s office for more information.
For most elections, absentee voting locations must be open during their normal business hours starting 46 days before the election. In addition, locations offering absentee ballots for federal, state or county elections must be open:
- The last Saturday before Election Day (10 a.m. — 3 p.m.)
- The day before Election Day until 5 p.m.
- This does not apply to school districts holding standalone elections.
Some local jurisdictions may provide additional absentee voting days or hours beyond the above required days and times. Call your jurisdiction for more information.
2018 Early Voting Dates
First day to vote early in person: Friday, June 29
Last day to vote early in person: Monday, August 13
First day to vote early in person: Friday, September 21
Last day to vote early in person: Monday, November 5
Have an agent pick up your ballot (agent delivery)
In special situations, you may ask an agent to pick up and return an absentee ballot for you. This is called ‘agent delivery.’ Read more about agent delivery
VOTE EARLY BY MAIL
To vote by mail, apply to have an absentee ballot mailed to you. You do not need to be registered to apply.
Read before you apply
For your ballot to count, remember this important information:
- Read the instructions that come with your ballot carefully.
- You will need a witness when you vote and complete your ballot. The witness can be either a registered Minnesota voter or a notary.
- Mail the ballot and forms back right away after you finish. Your ballot will not count if it is received after Election Day.
You can apply for a ballot any time during the year, except the day of the election. Leave time for election officials to mail your ballot and for you to return it on or before Election Day.
Ballots will be sent starting June 29 for the 2018 Primary Election, and September 21 for the 2018 General Election.
Deadline to return your ballot
Your ballot will not count if it is received after Election Day. Return your ballot by mail or package delivery service (such as FedEx or UPS). You can also return your ballot in person no later than 3 p.m. on Election Day to the election office that sent your ballot. You can drop off ballots for up to three other voters.