2018-general-election-voter-guide

Vote

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Help us get out the Republican vote!

It’s been a long time since CD5 has promoted our candidates with a voter guide. Many Republicans voters only vote presidential years and if we can encourage them to vote this year, it can make a huge difference in a gubernatorial year.

This is an ambitious goal costing $15,000. Any size donation helps, whether it’s $5 or $500.

This is expensive, but a proven effective marketing tool that will help all our candidates: Jeff Johnson, Karin Housley, Jim Newberger, Pam Myhra, Doug Wardlow, John Howe, Sheriff Stanek and of course Jennifer Zielinski.

We need your support, your assistance and yes your checkbook.
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U.S. Senator: Jim Newberger
U.S. Senator Special Election: Karin Housley
U.S. Representative District 5: Jennifer Zielinski
Governor & Lt. Governor: Jeff Johnson and Donna Bergstrom
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Attorney General: Doug Wardlow
State Auditor: Pam Myhra
Secretary of State: John Howe
County Sheriff: Rich Stanek
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CD5 MN State House Candidates

37 A – Anthony Wilder wilderforhousemn.com • facebook.com/wilderforhousemn37a
40 B – Robert Marvin marvinforhouse.com • facebook.com/RobertMarvinforHouse
41 A – Susan Erickson susan4mnhouse41a.com • facebook.com/Susan4MNHouse41A
45 A – Reid Johnson facebook.com/ReidJohnson4MNHouse
45 B – Steve Merriman steve4mnhouse.com
46 A – Luke McCusker
46 B – Melissa Moore facebook.com/melissamoore4mnhouse
49 A – Dario Anselmo – incumbent  darioanselmo.com • facebook.com/anselmo4house
50 A – Kirsten Johnson ichbinkirsten.wixsite.com/website • facebook.com/kirsten4house
59 A – Fred Statema
59 B – Lacy Johnson friendsoflacyjohnson.org
60 A – Kelly Winsor
60 B – Joseph Patiño patinofor60b.com • facebook.com/patinofor60b
61 A – Jeremy Hansen
61 B – Scot D. Missling
62 A – Bruce Lundeen bruceforthehouse.com
62 B – Ronald W Peterson or Ross Tenneson
63 A – Kyle Bragg
63 B – Frank Pafko pafkoforhouse.com
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How do I vote Early?

Early voting for the Minnesota General Election has begun! Watch this video from the Secretary of State on how to vote by absentee ballot.
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Or vote early in person:

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Find Your Early Voting Location Here

Where Do I Vote on Election Day?

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Find Your Polling Location Here

Registering to Vote

Before you can vote, you must register. Details for registration are listed below, but you can also use the Secretary of State’s web site to register online.

In Minnesota, you may register at least 20 days before Election Day or on Election Day at your polling place. To be eligible to register and vote in Minnesota you must:

  • be at least 18 years old on Election Day
  • be a citizen of the United States
  • have resided in Minnesota for 20 days immediately preceding Election Day
  • have any felony conviction record discharged, expired, or completed
  • not be under court-ordered guardianship where a court has revoked your voting rights
  • not have been ruled legally incompetent by a court of law

Look up whether or not you are registered here on the Voter Information Portal.

Registering Before Election Day

You may register to vote by completing a Voter Registration Application  and submitting it by mail or in-person to your local election official.

Once you’re registered, you will receive a postcard with information about where you vote (your polling place) and your name will appear on the list of voters at your polling place. It takes some time to put the list together, so if you haven’t registered at least 21 days before the election, you can register at the polling place on Election Day.

Here is a list of Voter Registration Applications available for Download:

Registering to Vote on Election Day

If you are not registered to vote or need to update your registration information, you may do so at your local polling location on Election Day as long as you can provide proof of residence.

To find out where to vote on election day, click here.

To register at your polling place on Election Day, you must bring one of the following with your current name and address to verify your residence in the precinct :

  • A valid Minnesota driver’s license, learner’s permit, Minnesota ID card, or receipt for any of these
  • A valid student ID card including your photo, if your college has provided a student housing list to election officials
  • A Tribal ID card that contains your picture and signature
  • A valid registration in the same precinct under a different name or address
  • A notice of late registration sent to you by your county auditor or city clerk
  • A voter registered in the same precinct as you who can confirm your address with a signed oath
  • An employee of the residential facility where you live who can confirm your address with a signed oath
  • Both 1) a photo ID (may be expired), and 2) a current bill with your current name and address in the precinct

Voting Absentee

There are two ways to vote by absentee ballot: in person and by mail.

In Person Absentee Voting

You may cast an absentee ballot in person, at your county auditor’s office and in some cases your city or township clerk’s office, starting 46 days prior to Election Day. This option is available on weekdays during business hours. In addition, the county auditor’s office must be open for absentee balloting from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Saturday before the election and until 5 p.m. on the day before the election.
Find out Where to Vote Early Here

Absentee Voting by Mail

In order to vote absentee by mail, you need to complete an Absentee Ballot Application and submit it to your local election official by mail, fax, or email (print off the application, sign it, scan it, and attach to an email as a .pdf). More details or apply on line here.

Voting in Person on Election Day

To find out where to vote on election day, click here.
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