Permanently ending wealth-based jailing in Minnesota, including pre-trial and immigration detention, requires electing state and federal leaders who support our vision and respect our work. Don’t discount the power of electoral action. Register to vote for pre-trial and immigration justice today.
The easiest way to register to vote in Minnesota is to register online well in advance of the election in which you’re planning to vote. To register online, future voters need a valid email address and a valid Minnesota driver’s license, state ID card, or a social security number.
Future voters without an email address and proof of identity can still register to vote, but must use a paper form. Paper forms are available here in multiple languages.
If you don’t get registered before the election in which you plan to vote, that’s okay too.
Just bring an approved form of identification, including: a valid Minnesota driver’s license, learner’s permit or ID; Tribal ID with name, address, photo and signature; an out-of-state photo ID and a document proving Minnesota residence; another registered voter who can confirm your address; a staff person at a residential facility; and more.
Check here to find out what you need to bring to register on Election Day.
Registered voters should regularly check the status of their registration to ensure that they are still on the voter rolls. Check your status here.