Yes. According to Section 204C.04 of the Minnesota Election Law, every employee who is eligible to vote in an election has the right to be absent from work for the purpose of voting during the morning of the day of that election, without penalty or deduction from salary or wages because of the absence. An employer or other person may not directly or indirectly refuse, abridge, or interfere with this right or any other election right of an employee. A person who violates this law is guilty of a misdemeanor, and the county attorney shall prosecute the violation.
Included elections are the regularly scheduled state primary or general election, an election to fill a vacancy in the office of United States senator or United States representative, or an election to fill a vacancy in the office of state senator or state representative.