The 2016 presidential election has garnered a great deal of attention, both in the media and otherwise. No matter which candidate you support, the important thing is that on election day you get out and vote for your preferred candidate. Indeed, voting rights are some of the most important rights in our nation.
Employees in Minnesota may find, however, that they must take time off of work to exercise their right to vote. They may wonder whether their employer can refuse to let them to do so, or can dock their wages for taking time off to vote. However, Minnesota law protects employees in such situations.