Any registered voter can vote by absentee ballot in the State of Minnesota, beginning thirty (30) days prior to an election, so long as the voter meets certain qualifications. In order to be eligible for absentee voting by mail, you must be unable to vote on Election Day because you will be absent from your precinct, you are ill or disabled, you are serving as an election judge in another precinct, you are observing a religious holiday, the governor has declared an eligible emergency, or the federal or state government has declared a quarantine.
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