Election Information

Primary Election Tuesday, August 11, 2020


7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Proctor Area Community Center, Council Chambers, 100 Pionk Drive, Proctor, Minnesota

Covid-19 Safety Measures in Place:

  • Masks required for voters and election staff
  • Hand sanitizer will be available
  • Voting stations will be spaced to comply with social distancing requirements
  • Voters in line will be asked to maintain social distancing
  • Pens and pencils will be sanitized after each use
  • Surfaces will be disinfected frequently
  • Voters will enter the north parking lot entrance and will exit through the community center entrance out to Pionk Drive
  • Election staff will frequently wash or sanitize their hands

⇒General Election Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Proctor City Hall
Polls Open 7 am – 8 pm

General Election Information

REGISTRATION ON ELECTION DAY:  Be sure to bring along proof of residence.  As proof of residence, any one of the following is authorized.

  • Valid Minnesota driver’s license or learner’s permit (or receipt for either) showing current address in precinct
  • Valid Minnesota identification card (or receipt) showing current address or one of the above with a former address and a current utility bill
  • Tribal ID
  • A current utility bill with a photo ID card
  • U. S. passport with current utility bill
  • U. S.  military ID card with current utility bill
  • Oath of a voter registered in the precinct, who is not a challenger, signed in the presence of a judge who also signs the oath
  • “Notice of ineffective registration”
  • Valid registration in the same precinct

Students may use:

  • Student ID card fee statement
  • Student registration card with current address on it
  • A certified student list with current address & student photo ID
  • A utility bill with current address & student ID card

QUALIFICATIONS FOR VOTERS:  To vote in any election in Minnesota, you must be:

  • 18 or more years of age on the day of the election
  • A citizen of the United States
  • A resident of the state for at least 20 days

* If you have not voted in the last four years, changed your name or address, you must re-register on Election Day at your precinct.*

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