Absentee voting in the 2020 primary election began on Friday, June 26. Voters who requested absentee ballots should be receiving them soon. Voters can view their sample ballot here and can track the status of their absentee ballot here. Our Voter Resources page includes a full list of all in-person absentee voting locations in Dakota County and Scott County. Those who need to register or update their voter registration may do so at any time when casting an absentee ballot. Those planning to vote at a polling place on primary day, August 11, either need to register to vote by July 21 or register on election day.
Due to COVID-19 there are concerns about having sufficient election judges during the 2020 general election. If you are interested you can apply to be an election judge in Dakota County here.