A Federal Appellate Court ruled yesterday that ballots returned by mail from home must arrive by Tuesday, November 3 or they might not be counted.
If you have been planning on voting from home but have not yet mailed your ballot, we recommend you now return your ballot to your local election office in person.
You can track whether your absentee ballot has been accepted at mnvotes.org/track. If the ballot has been “accepted,” no further action is needed. If the ballot is not “accepted,” the voter should plan on voting in person (either early or on Election Day) to ensure their ballot is counted.
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