Monday, September 21, 2020
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The Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters

Vote the Boundary Waters

Our local, state, and federal elected officials have the power to stop Twin Metals’ dangerous sulfide-ore copper mine that would permanently pollute the Boundary Waters, America's most-visited Wilderness Area. This is why the Boundary Waters is on the Ballot. We need to preserve this special place for current and future generations. 

Make a plan to vote!

Minnesota Registration Deadlines:
Online: Oct. 13
By mail: Received by Oct. 13
In person: Nov. 3


Double check to make sure you're registered to vote!

Due to COVID 19 states are making it easier for citizens to vote absentee by mail this years. Every state’s election rules are different. Requesting an absentee ballot and mail it in as soon as you can.
Minnesota absentee ballot deadlines
Request: Nov. 2
Return by mail: Postmarked by Nov. 3
Return in person: Nov. 3 by 3:00 p.m.

If you would prefer to vote in person, find your polling place ahead of time and make a plan for when you want to go.

Other ways to be involved: 

Sign up to become a poll worker

Make sure you’ve filled out the census

Volunteer or phonebank for a candidate

Learn more about the Boundary Waters in the upcoming election by visiting the Boundary Waters Action Fund.