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Last Updated January 3, 2021
Election Information

Due to COVID-19, Election Information is subject to change. Information will be updated as needed. 


Voting Quick Links How do we vote? - Quick Guide 
  • Early and absentee voting begins Dec. 25. Absentee ballots can be picked up or dropped off at Red Rock Central ISD #2884, 100 6th Ave East, Lamberton, MN 56152.
  • Vote absentee by mail: There are a few options for requesting an absentee ballot. Download the Absentee ballot request form and mail it to Red Rock Central ISD #2884, PO Box 278, Lamberton, MN 56152. You can also request a form by calling the school at 507-752-7361 or emailing deniseclarke@rrcfalcons.org. The district will mail you a ballot, which you can fill out and return. Ballots must arrive by Feb. 8. 
  • Vote early, in-person at Red Rock Central ISD #2884, 100 6th Ave East, Lamberton, MN 56152, beginning January 4 through February 8, Monday-Friday, during regular business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Enter the middle set of three doors.
  • Vote on Tuesday, February 9, Election Day, between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. at the combined polling place (Lamberton Community Center)
  • There are no mail-in only ballot precincts for this election.

Election Day Voting (February 9)
The Red Rock Central School District February 9 Special Election will utilize one combined polling place for all voters. Polls will be open between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Combined Polling Place:
Lamberton Community Center
101 2nd Ave E, Lamberton, MN 56152

 

There are no mail-in only ballot precincts for this election.


Absentee Voting by Mail
Early and absentee voting begins Dec. 25. Absentee ballots can be picked up or dropped off at Red Rock Central ISD #2884, 100 6th Ave East, Lamberton, MN 56152.

Vote absentee by mail: Download the MN Secretary of State's Absentee ballot request form and mail it to Red Rock Central ISD #2884, PO Box 278, Lamberton, MN 56152. You can also request a form by calling the school at 507-752-7361 or emailing deniseclarke@rrcfalcons.org. The district will mail you a ballot, which you can fill out and return. Ballots must arrive by Feb. 8. 


Voting Early In-Person
Vote early, in-person at Red Rock Central ISD #2884, 100 6th Ave East, Lamberton, MN 56152, beginning January 4 through February 8, Monday-Friday, during regular business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Enter the middle set of three doors.


Who’s Eligible to Vote?
  • Generally speaking, anyone who is 18 years old by Election Day, is a U.S. citizen and has been a resident of Minnesota for at least 20 days may vote. Details here.
  • Voters must reside within the Red Rock Central School District #2884 attendance area.
  • A voter must be registered to vote to be eligible to vote in this election. 
  • An unregistered individual may register to vote on election day at their polling place.

Voter Registration
While voters may register at the polls on Election Day, registering in advance will save voters time on Election Day and give them the option of voting by mail. Not sure whether you’re registered? Find out by checking here.

Residents may register to vote online through the Minnesota Secretary of State website.
Voters registering on Election Day will need proof of identity and residence, which may include:
  • Minnesota Driver’s License, Learner’s Permit, or Identification card showing a current address (or yellow receipt for any of these).
  • Valid, previous registration from the same precinct.
  • “Notice of Ineffective or Late Registration” from the Public Service office.
  • A registered voter from your precinct who personally knows you reside in the precinct and will vouch for your identity.
  • A photo ID and a current utility bill showing your name and address in the precinct.
Special Election
This special election is administered by the Red Rock Central School District. Please follow the voting instructions above. Many of the voting systems typical of a general election, such as the one held last November, are not applicable for this special election. Examples are: only one polling place on Election Day, only one early voting polling place, no "Mail-in Ballot Only" precincts. While county and state elections officials have trained the election judges for this election, their role in this election is minimal. Please call the school district with questions.

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