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Get registered, get informed, and go vote.

Important Dates

September 17, 2024

National Voter Registration Day

October 15, 2024

Voter Registration Deadline

November 5, 2024

Election Day

Your vote is your voice.

Voter Registration

To be eligible to vote in Minnesota you must be:

  • A U.S. citizen
  • At least 18 years old on Election Day
  • A resident of Minnesota for 20 days
  • Finished with all parts of any felony sentence

It is strongly recommended that you register to vote, update your current registration, or vote early to save yourself time on Election Day. The last day to register in advance is October 15, 2024. You can also register on Election Day at your polling place, but will need proof of Minnesota residence.

How to Vote

There are multiple options for casting your vote in the general election.

Voter Resources

  • Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State – Provides all official information related to voting in Minnesota.
  • Ramsey County – Elections and voting information for the City of St. Paul and Ramsey County.
  • USAGov – Official voting and election information furnished by the federal government.
  • STEPS Student Voting Guide – First-time voting guide for students created by Student Training & Education in Public Service.
  • BallotReady – Comprehensive candidate and referendum information.
  • LeadMN – Election information provided by the student-led association representing all Minnesota State community colleges. There are also helpful resources for faculty.
  • Federal Voting Assistance – Federal program providing voting assistance to service members, their families, and overseas citizens.
  • Vote.org – Non-partisan, non-profit organization providing comprehensive voter information.
  • Vote411 – One-stop-shop for election related information created by the League of Women Voters Education Fund.

What’s on the Election Day ballot in 2024?

All voters will have these races on their general election ballot:

  • U.S. President
  • U.S. Senator
  • U.S. Representative
  • State Representative
  • Judicial seats

Voters may also have one or more of these races on their ballot:

  • City Officers
  • School Board Members
  • Township Officers
  • Local ballot questions

Get Involved

Are you looking to get more involved with the upcoming election? Check out some of the opportunities below:

  • Meet with the Student Senate at Saint Paul College to learn more about how to get involved at the College or share ideas for ways you’d like to see the College support Get Out the Vote initiatives.
  • Increase voter turnout by reminding friends and family to vote.

  • Post on social media about National Voter Registration Day using the hashtags #VoteReady and #NationalVoterRegistrationDay and tag @iLeadMN.
  • Apply to be an Election Judge who are paid or volunteer to work temporarily at local polling places.

Contact Information

Voting Coordinator

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