News: Check in with iPads on Election Day—Tuesday, November 7

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Media contact: Ginny Gelms, Hennepin County elections manager, 612-348-9289
Carolyn Marinan, Communications, 612-348-5969

Check in with iPads on Election Day—Tuesday, November 7

Election Day is one way voters can make their voices heard. Hennepin County elections officials will check-in voters using a secure e-poll book system in all Hennepin County cities that have elections. 

Click to watch video about e-poll books


Register to vote on Election Day

Voters can register or update their registration when they vote. Voters will need proof of residence to register.

Find out what’s needed to register at the appropriate polling place.

Election results

Election results get reported after polls close. Both Election Day and absentee ballots are counted for a specific precinct.

All results are posted on the Secretary of State’s election results website.

County elections staff work with city and school board staff to ensure that every ballot, no matter how it was cast, is counted and verified before reporting election results. To ensure integrity of the ballot counting process, elections workers do not leave their counting location until all votes are counted and reported.

For more information about elections in Hennepin County, visit 

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