To Count and Be Counted: Census and Voting
12 Oct 2020
Here are the details you need to know about Census and Early Voting.
2020 U.S. Census counting will continue until Oct. 31
It’s not too late: https://my2020census.gov/
Go to https://2020census.gov/en/ways-to-respond/responding-by-phone.html for the list of phone numbers to use to complete your census by phone in one of 14 languages.
Elections and Voting Information
Register to vote or update your address through Tuesday Oct. 13.
Vote early in person at 90 Plato Blvd W, St. Paul (Ramsey County Elections Office)
- If you are registered and voted recently (in the last two elections) you don’t need anything along with you to prove address
- Bring your driver’s license with current address if you are not registered or haven’t voted recently
- Proof of address: Bring ONE Utility Bill (Xcel, Cable, water, rent, OR phone bill) if your license does not have your current address
Bring your current driver’s license just to be safe. Especially if you drive yourself there.
Vote by mail now through Monday, Nov. 2. Ballot must be postmarked by Nov. 3.
Election Day is Tuesday November 3.
No internet? Elections phone numbers: 651-215-1440 (Metro) or 1-877-600-8683.
MN Relay Service: 711.
Ramsey County Elections office: 651-266-2171
To register, find where to vote, other ways to vote, view sample ballots, candidate information and more, go to the Secretary of State or Ramsey County websites: