Want to know where you vote? Click here and you will see a screen that asks you to tell them your address. It will then show you the place where you vote. You can also call Hennepin County Elections at 612-348-5151.

What do I need to bring with me if I want to register to vote at the polls?

You can register to vote ON ELECTION DAY, right there at the polls. You need proof of your address, which can be an bill for a service like electricity, gas, phone, internet that has your name and address on it, a picture ID like a driver’s license or state identification card, or a passport.

If you do not have these things, but you have a friend that does, they can come with you and be your “voucher” – as in, they can tell the election judge that you live at the address you are claiming.

NEED INFO IN ANOTHER FORMAT (TTY, Hmoob, Soomaali, Español)?

  • Español (Spanish) – Atención. Si desea recibir asistencia gratuita para traducir esta información, llama 612-673-2700.
  • Hmoob (Hmong) – Ceeb toom. Yog koj xav tau kev pab txhais cov xov no rau koj dawb, hu 612-673-2800.
  • Soomaaliga (Somali) – Ogow. Haddii aad dooneyso in lagaa kaalmeeyo tarjamadda macluumaadkani oo lacag la’ aan wac 612-673-3500.
  • Deaf and hard-of-hearing persons may call 311 or 612-673-3000.
  • TTY users may call 612-673-2157 or 612-673-2626.

Many materials are also available in additional languages. Throughout this site, materials are linked in multiple languages as available, and all such materials are also available on the Language Support page.

If you need materials provided by the City of Minneapolis in an alternative format please contact the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department at 612-673-3737 or email NCR@minneapolismn.gov.

Need a ride to the polling place? Call 612-440-1901 and we’ll have information about rides, bus/train routes, and other ways of getting you to the place you cast a ballot.

Cannot get out of your car due to a disability or an accident? You can vote from your car! You need one other person with you, and they can tell an election judge that a ballot needs to be brought to a car. Here’s the info:

Curbside voting is available
Voters unable to enter a polling place may register and vote without leaving their vehicle. If you or someone you are with at a polling place would like to use curbside voting, notify a volunteer or an election judge.
When you use curbside voting, an election judge will ask for your name as the voter, and will look up in the roster to verify whether or not you are already registered and that you have not already voted by absentee ballot. Then, a team of two election judges will:

  • take a Certificate of Registered Voter form, along with a Voter Registration Application (if you are not already registered) to your car;
  • bring the ballot, clipboard, pen, secrecy folder, and “I Voted” sticker to the car;
  • allow you to mark the ballot, and then ask you to wait while they bring your ballot back into the polling place to insert into the ballot counter; and
  • return to your car to let you know that your ballot has been accepted.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO VOTE ON NOVEMBER 8 at your polling place!


Want to vote on Sunday or Monday? You can vote at either the Minneapolis Urban Legue (2100 Plymouth Ave N) or the Downtown Voting Center at 217 S 3rd St!