BURNSVILLE – Kline for Congress reminds Minnesota voters that if they will be out of their voting precinct for any reason on Tuesday, Nov. 6, they can still vote now by absentee.
In Minnesota, citizens can vote absentee for the following reasons:
- Absence from your precinct
- Illness or disability
- Serving as an election judge in another precinct
- Religious discipline or observance of religious holiday
To vote absentee by mail, simply complete the Minnesota Absentee Ballot Application form and submit it to your local election official by mail, fax, or e-mail.
As of Sept. 21, Minnesota can vote early in person at their auditor’s office and, in some cases, city or township clerk’s office. This option is available on weekdays during business hours. Additionally, the county auditor’s office must be open for absentee balloting from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. the Saturday (Nov. 3) before the election and until 5 p.m. the Monday (Nov. 5) before the election. To find your early voting location, click here.
Our servicemen and servicewomen and overseas voters can also vote by absentee ballot. Please click here for Military/Overseas Voting information.
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John Kline and his wife, Vicky, live in Burnsville.