St. Paul – Today, Rep. Tim Miller (Republican-Prinsburg) released the following statement:
“I have received many questions from voters in the last few days regarding the voting process. Questions like, ‘What is the difference between mail-in voting and absentee voting?’ or ‘If I live in a mail ballot precinct, will there be ANY polling places open on Election Day?’ have become routine.
These questions are valid and need to be addressed. As such, attached to this press release is a comprehensive packet of information for voters. This document details the different ways individuals can vote.
With all the disinformation going around, I believe it is important that Minnesotans receive accurate information on how to vote. This information comes directly from the Minnesota Secretary of State. Hopefully, the attached document will be a useful tool and answer many questions.”
Information for Voters