Election Day 2023 is November 7th! Check out the information below for resources on early and day-of voting.
According to the Minnesota Secretary of State, a person may vote in Minnesota elections if they…
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Check the Minnesota Secretary of State's online voter registration database to see if you are registered to vote at your current address.
Registering to vote in Minnesota is easy! There are several ways you can get registered:
On Election Day:
From September 22 to November 6, you may vote early in person at the Ramsey County Elections & Voting Office:
From October 20 to November 6, you may also vote early in person at the following locations:
Hours of operation vary—visit the Ramsey County Elections & Voting page for more information.
On November 7, General Election Day, you must vote at your local polling location. Visit the Minnesota Secretary of State's Pollfinder page to find your local polling place.
Polls will be open on Election Day from 7:00 AM until 8:00 PM. Don't forget—if you are in line by 8:00 PM, you must be allowed to vote.
Ward 3 Election Day Polling Locations:
Minnesota has no-excuse absentee voting. This means you don't need to have a reason to request an absentee ballot. You may fill out an absentee ballot and return it in person or via USPS mail to the Ramsey County Elections & Voting Office. Request an absentee ballot here.
If you have requested an absentee ballot, you can return it in two ways:
Want to make sure your vote will be counted? Use the Minnesota Secretary of State's absentee/mail ballot lookup system to check on your ballot's status, and whether or not it will be counted on Election Day. If there is a problem with your absentee ballot and it will not be counted, you may be able to remedy the issue and still vote early or in-person on Election Day.
Use the Minnesota Secretary of State's MyBallot tool to see a sample ballot! Please note, 2023 is a municipal-only election year for Saint Paul with no mayoral contest.
Three things will be on your ballot: the Ward 3 city council race, the proposed 1.0% citywide sales tax increase for improvements to streets, bridges, and parks (a yes/no ballot measure), and the election of four at-large members to ISD No. 625 Saint Paul Public Schools.