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Registration ahead of time saves you time and hassle on election day. Make your voting experience easier this year by preregistering before election day. You must register to vote if you are a new resident, have moved to another precinct in the City, or if you did not vote in the election held in 2018 or 2020. You may either preregister at least 21 days before election day or at the polls on election day.
MN Secretary of State pre-registration information and forms
There are specific identification requirements that must be presented at the time you register. You must present one of the following items:
If the license or ID has a former address, the voter may bring a recent utility bill for proof of the current address. Whenever a voter uses a utility bill, it must have the voter's name and current address on it, and the due date must be within 30 days of the election. The bill can be for any of the usual utilities including gas, water, electric, waste removal, telephone, and cable TV.
Voucher: If you don't have any of these, you can still vote by having someone who is registered in the same precinct "vouch" for your identity and residence.
The Minnesota Secretary of State’s Office offers a Precinct Caucus Finder.