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Prepare to vote
Voting in elections is your opportunity to be heard, hold elected officials accountable, and have a say in important issues that affect your community. Prepare to vote so you can take part in our democracy.
Absentee voting and other ways to vote
Find information on how eligible voters in Hennepin County can vote early by mail or in person.
Voters are encouraged to vote absentee by mail. If it is necessary to vote in person, you must follow county and local COVID-19 policies. Do not enter county buildings if you are sick. Learn about requirements when visiting a county building.
Redistricting is the process of redrawing the boundaries of election districts to ensure that all citizens receive equal elected representation and that every district has borders consistent with standards set by the U.S. Constitution, federal law, and state law. Redistricting is done every ten years, following the census. Redistricting takes place in several phases.
This is information primarily about county-related redistricting. Updates will be made throughout the process.
The Hennepin County Board will adopt a redistricting plan in April 2022.
Hennepin County election results can be found on the Secretary of State’s election results page.
Hennepin County’s voting system combines both paper and computerized records. Paper ballots are marked by the voter and then counted by computerized ballot counters.
The county continues to work with our partners in the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Office and at the Department of Homeland Security to ensure Hennepin County’s election system is safe and secure.
Voter outreach and engagement
Get involved! Help promote voting and voter registration by becoming an election judge, conducting voter registration drives, sharing fact sheets and other outreach and education materials including applications and information in multiple languages.