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Be an Informed Voter: Vote 2024!

In This Guide

This guide offers some starting points for researching candidates and topics for the 2024 election. It includes online and library resources. Navigate using the tabs above, or use the links below.

If you have questions or need assistance with any of the resources listed on this guide, chat with a librarian (click on the yellow Get Help Now link on the right).

Need information about how to vote? Go to the St. Kate's Civic Engagement site

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You'll find information and links to:

  • How to vote, voter registration, and voting options
  • Minnesota election calendar
  • How to get involved
  • Events and opportunities

Join the Civic Engagement Collective to promote democratic engagement at St. Kate's!

Your Voting Rights and First Time Voter Information

Plan ahead! Many states have changed their voting laws since 2020. Check the Secretary of State's website for your individual state for detailed information.

Informed Voting Video (3:21 minutes)

Citizen Literacy was created by Robert Detmering, Amber Willenborg, and Terri Holtze for University of Louisville Libraries and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License.

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This guide is intended to be a non-partisan resource for information helpful to the St. Kate's community. Any links to candidate or political party websites are for informational purposes only and do not constitute any endorsements.

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