How to Vote 2019–20

2019–20 Elections

We want to make sure everyone is prepared to cast their ballot for the November 5, 2019 general election (if applicable—not all counties have elections) and in the March 3, 2020 presidential primary

How and where to register and vote in Minnesota

Upcoming Events and Opportunities

Minnesota Women's Suffrage Day
September 8, 12–5 p.m. | Minnesota State Capitol & the Minnesota Woman Suffrage Memorial

A Century of Civic Engagement: League of Women Voters Minnesota
Ongoing Traveling Exhibit | Locations around Minnesota

Precinct Caucuses
February 25, 7 p.m. | Locations Set by Parties

Election Day Transportation

Shuttle Services
St. Paul campus resident students live in ST. PAUL W-3 P-04 in Ramsey County and can vote at the local polling location, Highland Park Community Center. St. Kate’s Voter Van shuttles students to and from the polling location from 8 a.m.–8 p.m. on election day. Meet at the roundabout between St. Mary’s Hall and CdC. Call Community Work and Learning at 651.690.6842 if you have questions.

Other Transportation Options to Your Polling Location
The Ride to Vote: Use Lyft to Exercise Your Rights

Uber Drives the Vote

Nonpartisan Voter Guides

League of Women Voters

Campus Election Engagement Project

Ballotpedia

*Note: If not residing in Minnesota, you can search your state's Secretary of State website as well.

About the Civic Engagement Collective

The Civic Engagement Collective is a group of students, faculty and staff that promotes civic engagement to our university community. We want to insure members of the university community know how register to vote, where to vote and are fully informed about the candidates and issues with the goal of create a vibrant, engaging and respectful political climate during the election cycle. We also focus on the importance civic engagement beyond elections and work to promote opportunities for engagement, discussion and learning.

St. Kate's Listens + St. Kate’s Votes + St. Kate’s Acts