If you aren't a registered voter, but woke up this morning and decided that you would like to be a part of this historic election, you can still register to vote and let your voice be heard. You can register at your polling place today and it's very easy to get registered. Find your polling place here. To register, you just need to bring one proof of residence. The Minnesota Secretary of State's website explains the seven ways you can register to vote on election day including:

  • Using a valid Minnesota driver’s license, a learner’s permit or ID, or a Tribal ID with name, address, photo and signature.
  • Using a Photo ID like your passport or college or high school ID along with any document that has your address on it like a phone, TV or internet bill, garbage, gas, or electric bill. (You do not need a physical copy of the bill - You can pull it up on your phone.)
  • The Secretary of State says a neighbor or friend can vouch for you, "A registered voter from your precinct can go with you to the polling place to sign an oath confirming your address. This is known as ‘vouching.’ A registered voter can vouch for up to eight voters. You cannot vouch for others if someone vouched for you."

Your opinion matters and your voice should be heard. Learn more about how to register to vote here.

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