If you live in Minnesota and plan on voting a write-in candidate on Election Day, make sure your pick is actually registered – or it won't count.
Every state will have the same three presidential candidates on the ballot: Democratic nominee Hilary Clinton, Republican candidate Donald Trump, and Libertarian Gary Johnson.
Green party candidate Jill Stein will also be on the Minnesota ballot.
So who made it this year?
There are 44 eligible write-in candidates in Minnesota for president and vice president, including some familiar names – like Jesse Ventura (VP to Daniel Muffoletto), and Amy Klobuchar (the running mate of Jeffrey Ryan Wharton Sr.).
You can read the names of the other 41 people here.
What about some of the presidential losers?
If you're one of the 12 million people who voted for Bernie Sanders during the Democratic primary ... well, bad news if you're still thinking about writing him in.
He is not on the list of registered candidates.
Neither are any of the Republican runners-up, such as Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio or Jeb Bush.
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