If you are not able to pre-register, you can still register on election day. To do so, you must provide election judges at your polling location with certain acceptable forms of identification to prove your eligibility as follows:
An ID with current address:
Minnesota Driver’s License, Learner’s Permit, Minnesota Identification Card, Tribal Identification Card (or the receipt for renewal or change of the license or ID) or
A photo ID with a bill or fee statement:
Photo: Minnesota Driver’s License, U.S. Passport, Tribal ID, Minnesota ID Card, U.S. Military ID or Student ID
Bill: Gas, telephone (landline or cell), TV (cable, satellite), water, internet services, electric, solid waste, sewer services, rent statement (with itemized utilities), or a student fee statement. The bill or statement must be due within 30 days of the election and contain your name and current address or
You can be vouched for by having a person who is registered to vote in your precinct and knows that you are a resident of the precinct vouch for your residency.
Late notice, which you may have received from Scott County if your voter registration card was received after the last day to pre-register.
You've had previous registration in same precinct.