Late Thursday, October 29th, the US Court of Appeals overruled the State of Minnesota's consent decree extending the deadline for submitting absentee and mail-in ballots.
Effective immediately, voters should no longer place their absentee ballot in the mail. Instead, voters have several options to ensure their vote is counted in the November general election:
- Voters who have already put their ballot in the mail can track their ballot here. If their ballot has not yet been received the voter can vote in-person either by absentee, or at their polling place on Election Day.
- Voters can deliver their ballots to the Kanabec County Auditor/Treasurer's Office by hand (or have someone they trust hand-deliver it for them).
- Voters can cast their vote in person with an absentee ballot at the Kanabec County Auditor/Treasurer's Office up until November 2nd.
- Voters in Mora city limits can cast their votes in person at Mora City Hall (101 Lake St S) on Election Day, November 3rd from 7am- 8pm.
You may absentee vote or drop off your absentee ballot at the Kanabec County Auditor/Treasurer’s Office during the following times. Their office is located at the Courthouse: 18 North Vine St., Mora.
- Friday, October 30th from 8am- 4:30pm
- Saturday October 31st from 10am- 3pm
- Monday November 2nd from 8am- 5pm
As a reminder…
Prohibited polling place activities:
- Disorderly persons
- Intoxicated persons and/or liquor
- Persons who are campaigning and/or campaign materials including literature or buttons.
- Lingering (M.S.204B.06)