Authored on September 23, 2020

2020 General Election


The election is underway!

Early voting is underway Minnesota! If we're going to elect leaders who will fight for democracy reform and Ranked Choice Voting at the Capitol, we need to make sure that we all vote. Doing so has never been more important. Depending on where you live, there are competitive races for Congressional, legislative, county, city council, and school board. Find out what’s on your ballot here


Register, then plan where, when, and how you will vote

Register to Vote

Make sure you are registered to vote but remember that you can always register on election day.

Vote Early

You may Vote Early by Mail or In Person

Vote Early by Mail

Vote Early in Person

  • You can vote early with an absentee ballot at your local elections office from Friday, September 18 to Monday, November 2.

Vote on November 3

Voting on November 3 takes place in person at your local polling location.

Find your November 2020 General Election voting location here. Note that some polling locations may have changed due to COVID-19 and the need for physical distance.


Pro-Ranked Choice Voting Candidates on the Ballot

Thanks to all the advocacy and outreach you’ve done, there are many candidates running for the legislature who support Ranked Choice Voting and will make it a priority if they are elected. You can see who supports Ranked Choice Voting on our 2020 state legislative candidate supporter page


Vote Yes for RCV in Bloomington and Minnetonka!

Bloomington and Minnetonka voters have an opportunity to make history this November by adopting Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) and being one of a record seven RCV ballot measures across the country! Spread the word to your friends in Bloomington and Minnetonka to VOTE YES for RCV!


Vote Yes in Bloomington and Minnetonka