General Election November 3, 2020
Dear Brothers and Sisters:
With the uncertainty of the COVID 19 situation, please consider voting by mail for the upcoming 2020 election. Now is a good time to request a no excuse absentee ballot to be mailed to your home. Local district Primaries will be held on August 11, 2020 and the General Election will be held on November 3, 2020. Do not risk your health or exposure by voting in person on election day. You can fill out your ballot from the comfort of your own home.
Click on this link to go online to start your absentee ballot request. ABSENTEE BALLOT
If you have not registered to vote in Minnesota before or have recently moved or just want to make sure your voter registration is up to date. Follow this link to REGISTER TO VOTE
If you do not want to do any of this online here is a phone number, you can call the MN Secretary of State elections office at: 651-215-1440.
The 2020 election is too important to miss. Please consider taking the steps now to be prepared to vote in the upcoming election.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, do not hesitate to contact me.
Andy Snope, Legislative and Political Director
email@example.com, 612-617-4238 office or 612-562-7565 cell
Register to vote (or update your voter registration) HERE
Where do I go to Vote? Find out HERE
Other ways to Vote. Vote Early (absentee) Find out how HERE
Who Represents me at the Capitol? Find out HERE
Who is running for office? Find out HERE
WHO WON?? Find out HERE
Please make a contribution to a State Political Candidate or Political Party: You can get a refund from the State, Find out more about that HERE
If you have been participating in your Political Party’s endorsing conventions and you get elected to the next convention. Please contact Andy Snope: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone# 612-810-2781
IBEW LOCAL 292 UPCOMING POLITICAL EVENTS:
June 26: Early voting starts for August 11 Primary elections
August 11: MN Statewide Primary elections
August 17-20: Democratic National Convention
August 24-27: Republican National Convention
September 18: Early voting starts for November 3 General elections
November 3: MN AND NATIONAL GENERAL ELECTION DAY