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Aug. 9 primaries open with in-person absentee voting at two Ramsey County locations

Twin Cities Pioneer Press logo Twin Cities Pioneer Press 6/30/2022 Frederick Melo, Pioneer Press
The Ramsey County board of commissioners hosted its weekly meeting at St. Paul City Hall on June 21, 2022. The board discussed Pride Month and cooling centers amidst a national heat wave. © Bryson Rosell / Pioneer Press/Pioneer Press/TNS The Ramsey County board of commissioners hosted its weekly meeting at St. Paul City Hall on June 21, 2022. The board discussed Pride Month and cooling centers amidst a national heat wave.

Voters interested in participating in the Aug. 9 political primaries need not wait to cast their ballot. Under the state’s “No Excuse” early voting system, absentee ballots can be mailed into county elections offices as of last Friday, June 24.

Ramsey County has gone a step further and opened two locations for in-person absentee voting. Voters can swing by Ramsey County Elections at 90 West Plato Boulevard from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, with extended hours and some weekend availability beginning after Aug. 1.

Also as of June 24, the Ramsey County Library at 2180 Hamline Ave. N. in Roseville now hosts early voting from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eligible voters may visit either location regardless of what district in the county they live in. If a voter is not registered or has moved, they will need to bring photo identification with their current address, or the outdated photo I.D. along with a copy of a bill or rental agreement with the current address.

Dakota County offers in-person absentee voting at its Hastings, Apple Valley and West St. Paul government service centers. Washington County lists multiple in-person absentee-voting locations online at co.washington.mn.us/667/Elections.

Sample ballots are available online at mnvotes.org.

In-person absentee voting resumes in the fall. Absentee voting for the Nov. 8 general election will begin Sept. 23 at multiple locations throughout Ramsey County.

For more information, visit RamseyCounty.us/Elections.

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