Minnesota voters will be able to cast ballots in the presidential primaries when the state opens early voting Friday. That’s when Minnesotans can vote in person or request absentee ballots for the state’s March 3rd Super Tuesday primary. It will be Minnesota’s first presidential primary since 1992 as well as the first one that’s been binding on both parties since 1956 and only the fifth in state history. Voters can request mail-in ballots from their local election offices or via the secretary of state’s website starting Friday. They can also vote in person at their county election office or at some participating city offices.