To vote in Minnesota, you must be a United States citizen, at least 18 years old on Election Day, and a resident of Minnesota for at least 20 days. If you had a felony conviction, you can vote if you have finished all parts of your sentence, including probation or parole.
Paying out-of-state tuition or having a driver's license from another state does not necessarily mean you can't vote in Minnesota.
Some students are not sure whether to use their campus address or their parent’s address as their voting residence. Vote from whichever you consider to be your home. Voting rules are different in other states. If your voting residence is not in Minnesota, visit your home state’s election information website.
Find out where you vote. Most polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Proof of Identification
If your voter registration is current and active, you do not need to bring identification. This means you were successfully registered at least 21 days before Election Day and you have not moved or changed names since then.
If you need to register or update your registration, or you have not voted in four years or more, you will need to show proof of residence before you vote.