Early voter registration ends soon

Minnesota voter pre-registration ends Oct. 16.

If voters do not register by then, they may have to stand in line longer on election day, Nov. 6, to sign up.

“Minnesota voters can register at their polling place on Election Day, but pre-registering will save you time when you go vote on Nov. 6,” Secretary of State Mark Ritchie said.

Existing registration remains in force until a voter moves or changes names. Also, a voter must re-register if he has not voted in four years.

Registration applications are available at county government offices, public libraries and at www.mnvotes.org.

If voters do not register by then, they may have to stand in line longer on election day, Nov. 6, to sign up.

“Minnesota voters can register at their polling place on Election Day, but pre-registering will save you time when you go vote on Nov. 6,” Secretary of State Mark Ritchie said.

Existing registration remains in force until a voter moves or changes names. Also, a voter must re-register if he has not voted in four years.

Registration applications are available at county government offices, public libraries and at www.mnvotes.org.

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