Everything You Need to Know About Voting

by BRETT MARSHALL, CSU Public Relations Assistant

Yep. Another article about voting, but in here you’ll find resources and documents to make sure you’re equipped with everything you need to know in advance of the Nov. 6 election.

Am I registered to vote?

Where do I go to vote?

  • It’s important to know where you need to go to cast your vote, this link will tell you exactly where to go based on your current address! https://pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us/

What’s on my ballot?

What if I can’t vote Nov. 6?

What’s the status of my absentee ballot?

Are there any on-campus resources where I can voting, party and/or candidate information?

  • The Memorial Library has a couple of great resources to help you get prepared to vote as well. Included is fact checking sites, absentee information, party information, media coverage and more! You can check those out here: https://libguides.mnsu.edu/voting

Where can I find additional candidate information?

Now you have no excuses, so be sure to go out vote Nov. 6 in the midterm election!

One Reply to “Everything You Need to Know About Voting”

  1. Thanks for your coverage of the election resources! If people would like to read the candidate guides on paper, we have a poster-sized display in the CSU Showcases until 10/29 for people to read. On election day, CEEP plans to have a couple of info booths on campus in the event students have last minute questions. One will be in the dining center (near the precinct voting in Preska) and one in the hall outside the field house (near the precinct voting in Taylor).

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