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City of Duluth shares reminders ahead of primary election

City of Duluth shares reminders ahead of primary election Photo: WDIO-TV/File

Updated: August 07, 2020 11:00 AM

Ahead of the primary election next Tuesday, the City of Duluth wants to share some important tips.

Absentee ballot reminders

Voters who submitted an absentee ballot are asked to submit them as soon as possible. 

Absentee ballots can be submitted to City Hall between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, and between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Monday. City Hall will be open for early voting during these times.

On election day, ballots can be hand-delivered to City Hall until 3:00. Ballots that are post-marked on or before election day will be accepted until the close of business on Thursday. 

Voters can also check their ballot status here.

In-person voting reminders

For voters choosing to vote in-person, the City of Duluth says to expect delays, and prepare to wait in line in the polling place.

The city wants to remind the public that masks are required, and will be given to anyone without one, except those who are exempt from the executive order. In that case, curbside service will be offered.

Election workers are also required to wear masks.

The new polling location for voters who reside in Precinct 17 is Washington Center (gymnasium), 310 North 1st Avenue West (previously Rainbow Senior Center).

The new polling location  for voters who reside in Precinct 29 is St. James Catholic Church (gymnasium), 517 North 57th Avenue West (previously Faith Haven).

If you are new to Duluth or voting for the first time, you are asked to visit to find your polling location before you go vote.

All city of Duluth precincts will open at 7:00 on election day, and close at 8:00 that night.

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