News: MN's presidential nomination primary to take place March 3

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Hennepin County Minnesota


Public Contact: Hennepin County Elections, 612-348-5151 or

Media contact: Carolyn Marinan, Communications, 612-348-5969

Minnesota’s presidential nomination primary to take place March 3

Get ready for Election Day

On March 3, also known as Super Tuesday, Minnesotans will vote in a presidential nomination primary for the first time in nearly 30 years.


Find your polling place

Find out where to vote on the Secretary of State’s website.


Register to vote on Election Day

You can register or update your registration when you vote. Remember to bring proof of residence.

If you changed your name or address since the last election, you will need to update your registration.


View election results

After the polls close, results will be available on both Hennepin County's website and the Secretary of State’s website.


Vote absentee through March 2

Vote absentee in-person

Vote absentee in-person at your city office or at the Hennepin County Government Center downtown Minneapolis. Starting February 25, absentee voters can place ballots directly into a ballot counter instead of envelopes.

Vote absentee by mail

Apply for an absentee ballot online or on paper. Ballots are mailed to voters within one to two days of receiving the application. Ballots can be returned in person or by pre-paid mail and must be received by March 3.

Learn more about absentee voting.


Key 2020 election dates

  • March 3: Presidential Nomination Primary Day
  • August 11: Primary Election Day
  • November 3: General Election Day


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