Can I still vote in-person if I want to?

Yes, if you must.

In Maple Grove, you always have two options for voting in person. The first is to vote in person seven days prior to the November 3 General Election Day at the Maple Grove Government Center. You will have some direct contact with election judges, but you may have contact with fewer people overall.

Secondly, you can vote in person on Election Day. This option may have the greatest potential for direct contact with others; please be aware that wait times may be longer than usual.

Show All Answers

1. Why should I vote by mail?
2. Can I still vote in-person if I want to?
3. Will polling places be open on Election Day?
4. What are you doing to prevent virus transmission in polling places?
5. I want to vote by mail. How does it work?
6. How do I know that my mail ballot is safe to open? (i.e. germs)
7. What laws are in place to make voting by mail secure?
8. How do I know my mail ballot was counted?
9. What’s the deadline to return my mail ballot?
10. Can I drop my ballot off in-person rather than mail it back?
11. Can I drop off another voter’s ballot?
12. Will my ballot count as long as it is postmarked by Election Day?
13. Can I drop off my ballot at my polling place on Election Day?