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On Election Day, millions of Minnesotans will head to the polls to vote for candidates who share their values. What’s your plan to be one of them?

Minnesotans know how important it is to make their voices heard in elections, with our state consistently achieving some of the highest voter turnout rates in the entire country. Voting is one of the best ways to make sure the lawmakers who represent us in D.C. as well as right here in Minnesota will stand up and fight our health, rights, and communities.

Make a plan to raise your voice and vote November 6.

Will you vote in the morning? In the evening? Do you plan to bring anyone with you? How do you plan to get to your polling place? Many voters find it helpful to think about these things in advance so voting is quick and easy on Election Day.

Make your own plan to vote—it only takes a minute! And afterward, you'll get a copy of your personalized plan delivered right to your inbox.

In Minnesota, you can even register to vote at the polls on Election Day. Most polling places in our state are open from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m., but a few rural municipalities may not open until 10 a.m. It’s quick, easy, and critically important to be a voter this year—but you can’t vote without a plan!

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Fight Back Against the Title X Gag Rule

The Trump-Pence administration's Title X gag rule would block access to birth control, cancer screenings, and other basic care that Planned Parenthood patients rely on. Take action by a sending message to the elected officials that represent you to encourage them to vote in favor of HF 1011 / SF 1293, a bill that will increase funding for the state-based Family Planning Special Projects (FPSP) grant and help offset the impact of this dangerous rule.

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Become a Volunteer

Sign up to volunteer with the Planned Parenthood Action Fund in Minnesota. Volunteers help elect Planned Parenthood champions, advance reproductive health legislation, educate and engage the public around our services and our political work, and more. By becoming a volunteer, you will play an integral role in ensuring access to reproductive health care.