A look at Minnesota's primary races and how to vote
August 6, 2020
With less than a week until primary day in Minnesota, mail-in voting is underway with more than a half-million voters already requesting ballots. DFL and Republican voters have until Aug. 11 to decide which candidates will represent their parties in the November general election.
There are party primaries for the U.S. Senate - the only statewide seat up for grabs this year - and in several of the eight congressional seats, as well as in state legislative races.
Voters can find their polling locations using the Minnesota Secretary of State's Polling Place Finder for in-person voting Tuesday. To view a ballot in advance, voters can use the Secretary of State's What's On My Ballot tool.