ROCHESTER, Minn. (FOX 47) -- Absentee voting started Friday for Minnesota voters.
In Olmsted County, absentee voting has moved to the east side of the fairgrounds at 1421 3rd Ave. SE.
Assistant Elections Administrator Mandy Ness said Olmsted County could have as many as 9,000 people voting absentee in the November election.
State law allows absentee voting for people who can't make it to the polls on election day.
Absentee voting is available in person at county auditors' and some municipal clerks' offices, or by mail.
To vote by mail, voters must submit an application and get the absentee ballot back to local election officials by Election Day.
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