In the state of Minnesota, your voter registration remains in effect until you move, change your name, or do not vote for four years in a row. You can update your information by completing a new voter registration card. If you move and have your mail forwarded, your registration may be automatically updated, in which case you will receive a postcard containing your new voting precinct and polling place information. You can also look up this information online.
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