Voter Resources

As a 501c(3) nonprofit organization, the Minnesota Environmental Partnership does not engage in political campaigning, but we do strongly believe that all Minnesotans should make their voices heard, and all eligible voters should participate in our electoral process. Minnesota has a proud tradition of high voter turnout, and maintaining and expanding that legacy is critical to building an environmentally just future.

How to Vote:

You can register online or by mail in Minnesota up to 21 days prior to Election Day (by October 16). You are eligible to vote as long as you are a U.S. citizen, will be at least 18 years old by the next Election Day, have lived in Minnesota for at least 20 days, and are finished with all parts of any felony sentence if applicable.

You can also register to vote at your polling place on Election Day. This year’s general election in Minnesota will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. But if you can’t or prefer not to vote in person on election day, you can also vote early by mail or in person for any reason, starting September 18. As long as your mail in ballot is postmarked by November 3, and is received before or within a week after that date, it will be counted.

The local candidates you will be able to vote for may vary by area (check your sample ballot) but every Minnesotan will have the opportunity in 2018 to choose candidates for:

  • President of the United States
  • Class 2 United States Senator
  • U.S. Representative (Congress)
  • State Senator
  • State Representative
  • One Minnesota Supreme Court Justice
  • Numerous county, municipal, and school board positions

For College Students has a useful voting guide for students who want information on how to cast their ballot.

Forums & Events

Many nonpartisan organizations will be hosting forums and informational sessions leading up to Election Day. If you have a nonpartisan event to add to this list, please contact Matt Doll at

League of Women Voters Candidate Forums