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Quick Answers to Some Frequently
Asked Questions

 

When are the next elections?
 

The Minnesota Statewide Primary Election will be held August 12, 2014.
The Minnesota Statewide General Election will be held November 4, 2014.
The Kego Township Election will be held March 11, 2014 from 5 to 8 p.m.

 
     
What offices will be on the ballot this year?
  The Notice of Candidate Filing Period and the Notice of Election (see Legal Notices and News Releases) will list all offices and questions that will appear on the General Election ballot. County offices on the ballot in 2014 are County Commissioner seats in Districts 1 and 4. County Attorney, County Recorder, and County Sheriff.  Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor seats for SWCD Districts 1 and 5 will also be on the ballot as well as School District, City and Township elections. Sample ballots for all precincts will be posted on this website when available.
 
     
Am I Registered?
 
Who is eligible to vote?
 

You must be at least 18 years old.
You must be a United States citizen.
You must be a resident of Minnesota for 20 days immediately prior to the election.
You must be legally competent, not be under guardianship, and not have a felony conviction which has not been discharged.

 
     
How do I register to vote?
  Voter registration applications are available on the Cass County website, or you may stop by the Cass County Auditor-Treasurer’s Office to register. You may register on election day at the polling place for the precinct where you reside. To register on election day, you will need to bring proper proof of residency and identification. To print a voter registration application and for more information about proof of residency for election day registration, click here.
 
     
Where is my polling place?
  To find what precinct you vote in, or for a map of your polling place location, click here.
     
Do I get time off from work to vote?
  Every employee who is eligible to vote in an election in Minnesota has the right to be absent from work for the time necessary to vote, without penalty or deduction from salary or wages because of the absence.
 
     
Is there assistance for persons with disabilities at the polls?
  All polling places are required to be accessible to persons with disabilities, and election judges are available for assistance. All polling places and absentee balloting locations have assistive voting equipment for anyone needing assistance in marking their ballot. Absentee balloting is also available prior to Election Day.
 
     

     

 

                                 
           

           

 

 





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