Voter Information

Voting Information from the Office of the MN Secretary of State 


Provides information on voting absentee, registering online or on paper, how to see if you’re already registered, and voting if you’re a college student, in the military, living overseas, or have a criminal record.

I need to register to vote or check my registration status

*Note: online registration ends October 18th, but you can register on election day. Follow these links for more information on the requirements. 

Where do I vote?


Who represents me?


Provides a list of current state and federal representatives – includes party affiliation and district numbers as appropriate, based on your physical address. 
More information on voting in Minnesota
Paper registration forms are available at the county court house and at your local Scott County Library

Scott County Elections Department
City Election Departments
More Information
  • VoteSmartProvides information about the candidates, including their voting records, speeches, issue positions, and campaign finances. “VoteEasy” is a tool you can use to compare your positions on a variety of issues with those of the candidates.
  • Factcheck.org: This nonpartisan, nonprofit website monitors the accuracy of what is said by U.S. politicians in speeches, debates, interviews, and other media outlets, through thorough research.