Eden Prairie Local News (EPLN) has covered local Eden Prairie (EP) candidates in the run up to the November 3, 2020 elections.
Now that Election Day is here the entire EPLN 2020 election team will continue to cover the historic 2020 elections as they unfold moment-by-moment here in Eden Prairie. From Richard T. Anderson park on the Minnesota River to Highway 212’s east-west path, to the rolling subdivisions of the north the EP 2020 election team is in the field to keep you informed.
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On Nov. 3, 10:45 am at EP Precinct 3, Immanuel Lutheran Church lines to vote were light and there was no waiting. (Photos courtesy of Jeff and Carol Strate)
The Church is located just north of Kowalski’s Market on Eden Prairie Road: 16515 Luther Way, Eden Prairie, MN 55346.
At 12:15 pm on Election Day, Nov. 3, 2020 it was sunny and 65-degrees and there were no lines at the Eden Prairie City Center to drop off absentee ballots.
The absentee ballot drop-off deadline is 3 p.m. on Election Day. Voters cannot drop off an absentee ballot at a polling place.
If a voter has received an absentee ballot and did not vote or return the ballot, then the voter may still vote in person at their designated polling place on Election Day. Voters who are in line at their polling place by 8 p.m. on Election Day can vote.
To find your polling place visit the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State Polling Place Finder at https://pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us/
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