Early voting starts Sept. 23 in Minneapolis

- Starting Sept. 23, any voter can vote early by mail or in person at one of four locations around Minneapolis. This is one of the first early voting dates in the country during the 2016 presidential election.

Standard hours throughout the absentee voting period are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. During the final two weeks before the election, these hours will be extended and include weekend times. Early voting ends Nov. 7.

Early in-person voting is especially convenient for voters who need special accommodations, such as language support, extra time and onsite resources.


Downtown Early Vote Center, 217 S. Third St.

North Early Vote Center, 2100 Plymouth Ave. N., in the Minneapolis Urban League building.

South Early Vote Center, 1860 E. 28th St., in the former Roof Depot building.

Northeast Early Vote Center, 2516 Central Ave. NE in the Water Bar building.

Offices on the general election ballot include United States president and vice president, U.S. representative (District 5), state senator (all districts), state representative (all districts), judicial offices, and the Minneapolis School Board. The ballot will also have a question on a state constitutional amendment regarding removing lawmakers’ power to set their own pay, and a question asking voters to renew the school district’s current operating referendum authorization.

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