Did you receive an envelope that looks like this?
Please note this is from “The Center for Voter Information.” This is not from Le Sueur County nor the state of Minnesota.
NPTE: The Center for Voter Information is a legitimate, non-partisan, registered entity; if you completed the form and returned it by mail, there is no cause for concern. It will be processed by the County in a standard procedure.
If anyone was concerned about receiving it, they should contact the Center for Voter Information to be removed from their mailing listsby clicking here. (Their info would have been obtained from the Secretary of State’s office.)
Any mailing from Le Sueur County comes in a Le Sueur County envelope.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we highly encourage voters to apply for an absentee ballot online or via the mail.
Responsible for overseeing Federal, State and Local elections, Le Sueur County also assists cities and school districts within the county in the election process. For available services and questions related to voting and elections, the following pages provide more information.
Complete the online Absentee Ballot Application for Minnesota Military and Overseas Voters (FPCA) or download a paper copy.
Take a look at the online absentee ballot for voting.
According to Minnesota State statute, local officials are required to publish the campaign finance reports of candidates online based upon both jurisdiction population and dollar amounts spent.
Access election results for the state of Minnesota.
Find your representative using Geographic Information Services.
Access the Minnesota Online Voter Registration Application.
Enter your address into this Polling Place Finder to find out important voting information for your precinct.
Visit the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon for voter questions and information.