I’m new in town. Can I still vote?
Yes! As long as you have lived in Minnesota for 20 days, you can register to vote at the polls. You must be able to prove that you live at your new address. If you can, bring a driver’s license or state ID with your new address or a photo ID and a bill or rental agreement with your new address. Don’t have these documents? A registered voter in your precinct can “vouch” for you if they can personally confirm that you live your new address. Find a neighbor or contact KFNA 612-823-5980 and we’ll find someone who can “vouch” for you PLUS, KFNA will be on site at the park all day in two tents serving coffee, so if you need a voucher, we can help you find one quickly!
If you moved to Minnesota less than 20 days before Election Day you can still vote for President by requesting a President-Only absentee ballot: https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/other-ways-to-vote/presidential-only-absentee-ballot/