Election day is November 8, 2022.
Get ready to vote!
Election Day is in
Register to Vote
Confirm or update your voter registration before you vote! You can register online, in person when you vote, or by mail.
Check Your Ballot
View your sample ballot to find out which elections and questions are on your ballot and get to know the candidates in each race.
Get Ready to Vote
Find your polling place, check voting dates and hours, request a mail-in ballot, or see what to bring with you when you vote.
Get the Facts
Minnesota’s elections are clean, fair, and secure.
Minnesota Elections Facts
Minnesota Secretary of State
Ways to Debunk False Claims
Read the Minnesota Reformer’s series to learn how about the security of our election administration.
Part 2: Who Can Vote in Minnesota?
That’s a simple question with three not-so-simple answers: a constitutional answer, a legal answer, and a realistic answer.
Part 3: How and why polling places are computerized?
The foundational structure is built of paper: The signed voter certificates and marked ballots that provide a stable record.
Part 4: How absentee voting works
Every Minnesota voter has the option to vote absentee, [but] not everyone understands the safeguards that undergird this important means of voter participation.
Part 5: Reconciliation
In most polling places, the counts of ballots and voter receipts exactly match. But sometimes, even careful, repeated counts show a small difference.
Part 6: Post Election Checks
Post-election activities are essential to producing final, official, certified results that merit confidence. Nothing done quickly can have the same level of assurance.
Part 7: Recounts and Election Contests
Elections don’t just identify winners. They also persuade losers that they have lost. Everything discussed earlier in this series…plays a role in convincing losers of the reality of their defeat.
Make a Plan to Vote
We are dedicated to educating Minnesotans about ways to maintain and enhance the democratic power of ordinary citizens.