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On the Eve of the Election, Millions of Minnesotans Have Already Cast Their Ballot

On the Eve of the Election, Millions of Minnesotans Have Already Cast Their Ballot

The State of Minnesota has already received 1.7 million absentee ballots, yet thousands more have yet to be submitted. It is too late to submit your absentee ballot by mail, so you must either deliver it today (November 2, 2020) in-person to a designated drop box in the county where you’re registered to vote or at your county election office on election day (November 3, 2020).

If you vote in Ramsey County, here the list of all drop box locations that are available (you can use any of these boxes regardless of your address). You can also access this interactive map that marks these locations (including seven sites where you can also vote early in-person). Be sure to note today’s hours of operation for each of these drop box sites. Many locations will allow you to drop your absentee ballot either inside or outside the building, while some sites will also provide curbside drop off.

Ramsey County voters can still drop off their ballots on Election Day (Tuesday, November 3), but only at the Ramsey County Elections Office (90 Plato Blvd. W. in St. Paul), and no later than 3:00 pm CST. If you attempt to deliver your absentee ballot to another location, it will be invalidated and you will have to complete and submit another to the Elections Office by 3:00 pm.

Voters in Washington County, can access the same information with regard to voting by absentee ballot or voting early in-person by visiting the Washington County Absentee Voting webpage.

Ramsey County voters can still drop off their ballots on Election Day (Tuesday, November 3), but only at the Ramsey County Elections Office (90 Plato Blvd. W. in St. Paul), and no later than 3:00 pm CST. If you attempt to deliver your absentee ballot to another location, it will be invalidated and you will have to complete and submit another to the Elections Office by 3:00 pm.

Voters in Washington County, can access the same information with regard to voting by absentee ballot or voting in-person (today or on election day) by visiting the Washington County Absentee Voting webpage

For more information for Minnesota voters and ways to safely and successfully vote today or on Election Day, please reference the St. Paul Pioneer Press Minnesota Elections absentee voting primer.

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