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Voting Already?!

Did you know that some of your neighbors have already voted in next month's primary?

Absentee voting in Ramsey County began last Friday, August 10th. Even if you are unable to make it to the polls on election day, absentee voting allows your voice to be heard at the ballot box.

You can vote in person at city hall — I've never done it myself, but it sounds like you can register, apply for your absentee ballot, receive the ballot and use it to vote all in the same visit! Just stop by city hall during regular weekday office hours, 8 AM to 4:30 PM.

You can mail an absentee ballot application. You can call the city at 651-249-2105 to ask for an application to be sent to you; or you can e-mail Deb Schmidt with your request. If you like, you can get a ballot even faster by using the digital absentee ballot application on the city website. This is a PDF file with form fields, so you can fill in the information on-screen, print, sign, and mail!

In order to be counted, absentee ballots must be received at the Maplewood City Hall by Election Day, so do not delay if you will need to vote by mail.

For more information, visit the absentee voting information page on the City of Maplewood website.


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