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2021 Candidate Questionnaires

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2021 Civic Buzz Videos

If you missed one of the previous civic buzz events, copies of the events will live here:

2021 Municipal Election Education Series

We're gathering information to help Minneapolis voters prepare for the Municipal elections on November 2nd, 2021. Take a read through, if you find the information helpful, share the link with your friends, family and community.

Article 1: Register to Vote — Again?

Article 2: Why should you care about city elections?

Article 3: Vote. Then take a hike.

Article 4: Ranked Choice Voting...As easy as one, two, three!

Article 5: Help for Voters living with Disabilities

Article 6: Pledge to Vote! Make Your Plan Today!

Voting Information

Political Parties

Where and When is Your Precinct Caucus? Call your political party or check its website:


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Disability Rights

Your vote is your voice and everyone wants to vote, including people with disabilities. Based in MN statute, The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Voting Rights Act, people with disabilities have specific rights when it comes to voting.

MN Disability Rights

Kid's Guide to Voting

Kids are the voters of tomorrow so let's help them discover why their voice matters. Helping kids gain an understanding of the process of governance with set the stage.

Minneapolis Government: A Balancing Act

A study prepared and published by League of Women Voters Minneapolis, April 2005