Voting in District 48
Minnesota: A Strong Democratic Tradition
Minnesotans know how important it is to take part in the electoral process. Minnesota even has the distinction of leading the country in voter turnout. We’ve been the number one state for voter turnout in the last three national elections, with a record-setting 79.96% of eligible voters voting in 2020.
And topping the list of voting turnout within Minnesota? Carver County.
Minnesota has a lot of resources to ensure your voice is heard. We’ve compiled the information you need to participate in this year’s upcoming elections.
Important state and national elections are happening this year:
Make sure you’re ready to vote this election!
Register to Vote
You can register to vote on the day of an election in Minnesota, but it may save you some time to register in advance.
Minnesota allows you to vote early with an absentee ballot starting 46 days before Election Day. You can request an absentee ballot online for federal, state, and county elections.
Prefer Voting in Person?
Your normal polling place, precinct, or district may have changed this year due to redistricting. Make sure you have the information you need to vote by checking out the Polling Place Finder on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website.