At Issue: July 1 - Early Voting Begins for Primary Elections, DFL & GOP Party Chairs in Studio

July 01, 2018 05:43 PM

Early Voting Begins for Primary Elections in Minnesota

Early voting is now underway for the primary elections Minnesota. Early voting centers opened to the public Friday. In Minnesota, you can vote early, in person, without an excuse. You can also vote absentee by mail. 


Many candidates, including Keith Ellison, DFL candidate for attorney general, say they're excited to see so many key races in play for the primary election.

You can vote in person up until August 13 for the primary. If you vote absentee by mail, your ballot must be received by August 14. 

Visit the Minnesota Secretary of State website for more details on early voting

DFL, GOP Party Chairs in Studio

Tom Hauser sits down with Ken Martin, chair of the Minnesota DFL, and Jennifer Carnahan, chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota. They discuss a variety of topics and issues ahead of what will surely be a busy primary and general election season.


Amanda Theisen

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