For this article, I sat down with Secretary of State Steve Simon and Director of Elections David Maeda to discuss the logistics of voting for
GUIDING FAMILIES THROUGH THE SEASONS OF LIFE
Can a person who is under guardianship or conservatorship in Minnesota vote? Yes, unless the Court has restricted their right to vote. See Minn. Stat.
With the Fall elections approaching, I thought it would be a good time to address voting rights of people under guardianship and/or conservatorship in Minnesota.
Minnesota Constitutional Prohibition on Individuals Under Guardianship From Voting Declared Invalid Under U.S. Constitution
So can an individual under guardianship in Minnesota vote or not? The Minnesota Statutes say “yes”, a person under guardianship can vote. Minn. Stat.
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