Urgent Absentee Voting Announcement!

As if we weren’t motivated enough to vote yet, a federal appeals court just changed Minnesota’s absentee ballot rules right before Election Day.


Minneapolis, bring your absentee ballot to one of 13 drop off locations.

It’s time to get out the vote!

Here’s what you can do to help here in
Senate District 60:

Sign Up for “This Block Votes at …” Signs

8 voting locations changed in our parts of Northeast, Southeast, Cedar Riverside, and Seward. Help inform your neighbors by getting a sign to post on November 3rd (signs available in Oromo, Somali, Spanish, and English). Sign up here.

Drop Literature to Remind Folks to Vote for our DFL Candidates

We have targeted lists of people who haven’t voted yet so you can efficiently remind our neighbors. 
Sign up here.

Vouchers for Unhoused Neighbors

While most of the sanctuaries have been dismantled, some unhoused residents remain and some are expected to return to shelters in our neighborhood. 

We need people who can vouch for these residents on election day. 

Email us and we will give you the details. We especially need volunteers in Logan Park (1-8), Beltrami (3-10), and both Riveside and Annie Young parks (2-9). THIS LIST WILL CHANGE DUE TO RESIDENT MOVEMENT.

Vans and Buses to the Polls

We are working with our local leaders (Rep. Noor, Rep. Jordan, Sen. Dziedzic) and the Biden | Harris campaign to provide transportation to the polls in a safe manner. We provide transportation primarily from public housing to polling locations.
We continue to raise funds to rent more buses to make this even safer

Biden | Harris Items Available!

Get a sign (or 2!), buttons, stickers, or face masks by emailing us. We’ll let you know where to pick up your items in Senate District 60.

Absentee Voting By Mail

Abesentee voting will begn on September 18th, 2020. You can request an absentee ballot through the Secretary of State’s Office Here.

Because of uncertainty with the United States Postal Service, we are encouraging people to request their absentee ballot as early as possible, and mailing their completed ballot as quickly as possible. Your ballot must be postmarked by Election Day (November 3rd, 2020), and received by county within 7 days after the Election (November 10th). In order to ensure that you ballot is received in time, we are encouraging people to mail their ballot 10 days before the Election (Saturday, October 24th).

You can track the status of your absentee ballot Here.

In Person Absentee Voting

You can vote in person at Minneapolis Elections and Voter Services Office located 980 E. Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55414. Early in person voting will begin on September 18th, and go through November 2nd. You can visit their website for the latest hours and information here.

Voting on Election Day

You can register for the 2020 General Election being held on Tuesday, November 3rd, online here.

You can find your polling location here. Please note, that because of COVID-19 many of our regular polling locations have moved. Please research your polling location for 2020 before Election Day.

You can also register to vote on Election Day at your Polling Place. You can review requirements for same day voting here.

Central Committee Meeting Announcement

On Monday, October 26th at 7:00 PM, the Senate District 60 DFL Central Committee will meet via Zoom.    
The Central Committee includes:
1) All SD 60 DFL Officers
2) All SD 60 DFL Directors
3) All precinct chairs (elected at the 2020 precinct caucuses)
4) A few other DFL officials

Please contact for the Zoom information for this meeting.

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