Minnesota voters can skip the ballot booth and vote early
ST. PAUL – Minnesotans no longer need a good excuse to vote early.
Starting with next week’s primary, voters don’t have to provide any justification for submitting a ballot before Election Day.
Supporters of the change passed by the Legislature in 2013 say it will increase access to voting and could increase voter turnout by allowing voters to request an absentee ballot or cast ballots at their county’s election center.
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