You must complete a voter registration card and deliver or mail it to your county auditor’s office, or the Secretary of State’s office. Voter registration cards are available at county courthouses, city halls, and other public buildings such as libraries and colleges, in telephone books, in your state tax booklet in even-numbered years, and online. You also can complete a voter registration card when you apply for or renew your Minnesota driver’s license or state ID card.
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