You can request, receive and cast an absentee ballot in one visit. Stop by the Chisago County Auditor's Office 45 days prior to an election and you may vote in person during the following times:
You must first apply for an absentee ballot. You may do so by either completing the online application or the paper application. The paper application will need to be printed, signed and returned to the Chisago County Auditor's Office by mail, fax or email. Election officials will mail the absentee ballot materials to you soon after receiving your application.
Once you receive your ballot in the mail, follow the instructions carefully. You will need a witness to sign the absentee ballot signature envelope to confirm your ballot was delivered blank and that you marked the ballot in private. The witness must be another registered Minnesota voter, or a notary from any state.
Return the ballot on or before Election Day. Delivery options are: