MINNESOTA LATINO VOTE
You can vote in Minnesota if you are:
- A U.S. citizen
- At least 18 years old on Election Day
- A resident of Minnesota for 20 days
- Finished with all parts of any felony sentence
*You can vote while under guardianship unless a judge specifically has revoked your right to vote.
*You cannot vote if a court has ruled that you are legally incompetent.
In order to vote, you need to be registered.
- Register online or update your registration here.*
- Mail or drop off a completed paper application.
- Register at the polls on election day.
*You need to re-register to vote if you have:
- Moved to a new address since you last registered.*
- Changed your name since last being registered.
- Have not voted at least once in the last 4 years.
*When moving, completing a change of address with the U.S. Postal Service can update your existing registration. When getting a new or updated driver's license or state ID card, including changing your address on these IDs, there is also an option to update your registration. It's always a good idea to double-check your registration status to ensure it has been updated after a move.
I vote because...
Women had to fight for the right to vote, It is a direct way to influence who makes decisions in government.
Black lives matter and privilege kills.
I want to see a change from our current leadership.
Social justice, environmental protection.
I want to be a part of the change.
I want communities of diverse background to feel safe and accepted.
It is my privilege.
I care about women's rights, LGBT rights, climate issues, healthcare, inequality, etc.
I consider it my civic duty, I care about our community.