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You can vote before election day in two ways:
You can vote absentee in person or by mail.
Maplewood City Hall1830 County Road B EMaplewood, MN 55109
Hours:Monday through Friday8 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday Before Election Day10 am to 3 pm
Monday Before Election Day8 am to 5 pm
By completing an Absentee Ballot Application (PDF) and mailing it to: Ramsey County ElectionsP.O.Box 64098St. Paul MN 55164-0098
To have your absentee ballot application mailed to you, contact Ramsey County Elections at 651-266-2171
For more information about voting absentee, visit the Ramsey County Voting web page.
You can vote early during the 7 days before election day at any countywide early voting locations. We will update the locations and hours as they become available.
Use the Online Polling Place Finder.
To vote, you must be:
You may pre-register to vote online, or in person or by mail at the Ramsey County Elections office.
Download and print the Voter Registration Application (PDF).
The pre-registration period ends 21 days before election. For more information on how to register to vote, visit the Ramsey County "Prepare to Vote" page.
It is true that you can register at the polls on election day. However, specific identification is required at that time. Voting will be faster and easier if you are registered to vote when you arrive at the polls on election day.
To register on election day you must present an approved form of identification showing your current Maplewood address. View a list of approved election day registration documents.
Everyone must register in order to vote. You must complete a voter registration application if you have:
Use the online Minnesota Legislature "Who Represents Me?" Tool.
The City of Maplewood needs people to serve as election judges. These are paid positions. Training is provided. If you are interested and are able to work on election day from 6 am until votes are counted in the evening (usually around 10 or 11 pm), call 651-249-2003.