Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State
100 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr, 180 State Office Building, St. Paul, MN, 55155-1232
Distance: 1033 Miles
Eligible voters are encouraged to get involved in the election process.
Information and resources are available online for the following topics:
* Elections calendar
* Registering to vote
* Checking your registration status
* Where to vote
* Get a sample ballot
* Absentee voting
* Track your absentee ballot
* Military/overseas voting
* Election results
* Find a county election office
* Secure and fair elections
* Citizen involvement in an election
* How elections work
8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
|Elections - Metro Area||(651) 215-1440|
|Toll Free - Elections||(877) 600-8683|
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TD-6600.8000-820State Secretary of State Offices Definition
The office of the individual who has been elected to serve as the state's chief elections and corporations officer with responsibility for overseeing elections, filing and verifying initiatives and referendums, registering and licensing private corporations, overseeing the filing and disclosure of campaign and lobbyist financial information, commissioning notaries public, collecting and preserving historical records, managing the public archives, regulating the use of the state seal and/or handling other designated special duties.
TQ-1800.0500Absentee Ballots Definition
Programs that arrange for the participation (usually by mail) in elections by qualified voters who, because of serious illness, military service or absence from home for business or other reasons, are unable to appear at the polls in person on election day.
TQ-1800.1600Election Information Definition
Programs that publish and/or distribute information regarding the position of rival candidates in an election, voter guides that may summarize the pros and cons of specific ballot measures, sample ballots, precinct boundaries, the location and hours of polling places, and other details regarding the content or the mechanics of the election.
TQ-1800.9000Voter Registration Offices Definition
Government offices that provide copies of voter registration applications and maintain official records of individuals who have exercised their right to participate in the election process by registering to vote. Included are the local Registrar of Voters offices and other government offices through which people can obtain and file their registration forms; and offices that are responsible for managing online voter registration. In order to qualify, people must be citizens; age 18 or older; and residents of the state, county/municipal district or precinct for at least 30 days. People are required to re-register if they change their names, their addresses or their party affiliations.