Voter Resources

Your Vote Matters

Early In-Person Voting Starts Sept 18th. Here is where you can vote in Ramsey County.

Ramsey County Elections Office.
90 Plato Blvd W # 160, St Paul, MN 55107

New Brighton Community Center.
400 10th St NW, New Brighton, MN 55112

Ramsey County Library – Roseville.
2180 Hamline Ave N, Roseville, MN 55113

Hours: All locations will be open the following hours:

  • Weekdays Sept. 18 – Oct. 30: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct. 31: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Monday, Nov. 2: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

2020 Election Dates

Click Here to Find Out Where You Vote

Other Candidates for District 67

Alexander Buster Deputie for Senate

Fred Turk for MN House 67B

Do I have to Re-Register If I Moved?

You must re-register each time you change address, change names or do not vote at least once during a four-year period. Update your registration by completing a new registration application. 

Download the Maps of District 67

Are You Ready To Vote?

Resources for Seniors: Please visit the link below to a non-partisan, educational guide on voting in 2020. As you know, the pandemic has brought many uncertainties. This free resource addresses how to safely vote this November and dives into some of the issues that matter to seniors such as the future of prescription drug prices, Medicare, Social Security and more.

RetireGuide does not endorse Stromenger or Thompson. They are a non-partisan organization dedicated to helping our Seniors.

Get Ready to Vote! Check your registration, request an absentee ballot, or check your voting location.

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Who Can Register & 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
  • You can vote while under guardianship unless a judge specifically has revoked your right to vote.
  • You cannot vote if a court has ruled that you are legally incompetent.

Click here to: Register To Vote

Is There a Registration Deadline?

Unlike many states, you can wait until Election Day to register in Minnesota. However, we encourage you to register before Election Day—it will save you time at the polling place.

Your Vote Is Your Voice.

Prepared and Paid for by the John Stromenger for House 67A Committee.