Voting in Minnesota
Resources about voting in Minnesota
Why You Should Participate
Because you are responsible for providing the critical day-in-day-out care to Minnesota’s most vulnerable citizens, your participation is critical to ensure adequate funding for disability services.
Candidate and Legislator Information
View this webpage that includes a link to the District Finder tool to help you figure out who represents you, and links to additional candidate information sites and resources.
Voter Information: Nuts and Bolts
Find out more about voting eligibility requirements, ID needed for voting, absentee ballot process, and provisions for voters with disabilities. For more detailed information, you can also download this one-pager.
Visit this webpage to locate your polling place, and learn about accessibility and personal assistance.
Registering to Vote
This webpage contains information on how to register to vote, including the ID needed for voter registration, registration deadlines, and verifying voter registration information.
Download a printable door hanger from ARRM and the Best Life Alliance. It includes grassroots messages to share with candidates who knock on your door. Fill out the back side with a personal note on why disability services matter to you, and give it to candidates to take with them.
Minnesota Participation Project
This webpage provides voter engagement resources to the nonprofit community, including information about political caucuses. The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits founded the MPP in 2002 to support and expand the capacity of Minnesota's nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations to effectively engage in permissible nonpartisan voter engagement efforts - registration, voter education and voter mobilization activities.
Nonprofit Voting and Election Activity Guide
If you are a 501 (c)(3), you must stay nonpartisan during the election season. This website has great information about how to preserve your nonprofit status while remaining engaged.