Early voting begins Friday in Minnesota

Early voting has begun in Duluth, ahead of Election Day on November 3rd. Early voting has begun in Duluth, ahead of Election Day on November 3rd. |  Photo: WDIO

Updated: September 17, 2020 09:55 PM

Early voting in Minnesota begins Friday, ahead of the November election.


Those who wish to vote early, in person can do so at Duluth City Hall, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For those who have a mail-in ballot, those can be hand delivered to City Hall, and placed into either the dropbox located inside the building, or the drive-up dropbox, located off 2nd Street in Downtown Duluth.

If you are voting by mail, election officials and city leaders ask that you apply for those ballots as soon as possible, as they will begin mailing them out Friday as well.

Absentee voting is also officially underway in Wisconsin. Superior residents should be receiving their ballots soon, if you haven't already.

Minnesotans are recommended to apply for absentee ballots by October 2. And for Wisconsinites, the deadline to apply is October 29. On election day, Minnesota voters need to have their ballots postmarked by the end of the day. Wisconsin voters need to have their ballots already submitted by election day for them to be counted.

Early voting in Minnesota begins on the same day both candidates for President are making campaign stops. President Trump will be holding a rally in Bemidji, while Joe Biden is speaking at a union training center in Duluth. WDIO is planning live coverage of both events.

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