No. Your ballot application also serves as a voter registration application.
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No, Minnesota allows military voters and voters living abroad to self-certify their absentee ballot.
Yes. You can choose to have voting materials sent by email, mail or fax. If you receive materials by email, you must print them. You cannot return your ballot by email or fax.
Ballots are ready at least 46 days before the election. Election officials will send your ballot as quickly as possible after receiving your application.
Election officials will airmail your ballot if you are outside the continental United States. If you provide a prepaid envelope, your county election office can send your ballot by express mail service