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Printable Voting FAQ’s for Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota

This is a FAQ page with links to printable PDF’s of voter info. Please message us if you cannot access the links or if you find errors.

For GOTV phonebanking and textbanking: Here’s the LATEST UPDATES FROM THE MUUSJA EMAILS, SUBSCRIBE TO FIGHT FOMO! See also the “GET INVOLVED” page at www.uuthevote.org for all the national events … you can use the search box to find textbanks, phonebanks, and even some in person events every day from now to the election.

First, here is a freshly updated, printable PDF of the MUUSJA Voter Action Options menu, which is Minnesotacentric at the moment but lists nonpartisan links that should work anywhere… We are working on adding better information for the Dakotas!

POSTCARDS with Reclaim Our Vote are done now, we’ve sent over 14,000 (as a group and individual UU’s). LETTERS are done, as well, and we sent over 6,000 letters with Vote Forward, in July, August and September 2020!

Here’s basic voter information for Minnesota. Here’s some information about how to find information about candidates in order to figure out who to vote for. We are no longer recruiting pollworkers/election judges as the Secretary of State and county officials deem they have enough volunteers! See the MUUSJA The Vote page for info about Election Defender work to ensure free and fair voting at every precinct during this election season.

Here’s some basic voter info for North Dakota, which is the only U.S. state that does not require voter registration. Voters do need to show identification with in-person or absentee voting. One good way to help North Dakota elections is to ensure people understand what ID is required, and get their ID cards as soon as possible to be able to vote in November.

Basic voter info for South Dakota is found at the South Dakota Voter Information Portal

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