The 2020 Elections are fast approaching. Are you registered and ready?
Register to Vote
- Register to vote now by visiting the MN Secretary of State's Online Voter Registration website.
- Check your registration to ensure your information is accurate using the Secretary of State's Voter Status page.
Absentee Ballot (Vote by Mail)
May 13, 2020 marked the first date for voters to request absentee ballots for the state primary and general elections. With Scott County’s roughly 90,000 voters and with COVID-19 infections rising daily, we are urging residents to vote by mail. This will keep you and our election judges safe, and will help us ensure that social distancing does not become an issue.
Apply online to receive your state primary and state general ballots by visiting the Secretary of State's Absentee Ballot Application page.
- For the Primary Election: June 26th is the earliest Scott County can start mailing out ballots.
- For the General Election: September 18th is the earliest Scott County can start mailing out ballots.
- To check the status of your Absentee Ballot: please click here.
Voting in Person
- Where to Vote: Use the Secretary of State's Polling Place Finder to find your voting location and preview your local ballot. You can also view a PDF of the polling places here.
- Prepare to Visit: Per the Governor's Executive Order 20-81 (in effect 7/24/20), face masks are required at all indoor public spaces, including polling places. If you arrive without a face mask, one will be provided for you. Face masks are not required for children under 5, or individuals with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that makes it unreasonable for the individual to maintain a face covering.
- Email email@example.com or call 952-496-8560.
- Please note that Scott County does not have full-time elections staff. You may need to leave a message. Someone will get back to you within 24 hours.
Absentee ballots will be available 46 days prior to each election.
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