Difference between revisions of "Laws governing ballot measures in Minnesota"

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:*If 25% of the property owners in a district signed a petition, a vote could be held.
 
:*If 25% of the property owners in a district signed a petition, a vote could be held.
 
:*The relevant town board was then required to hold a  special election within the boundaries of the relevant political district not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days after receiving the petition.  
 
:*The relevant town board was then required to hold a  special election within the boundaries of the relevant political district not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days after receiving the petition.  
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==Statutes relevant to ballot measures==
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==News==
 
==News==

Latest revision as of 22:38, 26 January 2014

Direct democracy options available in Minnesota include:
  • If 25% of the property owners in a district signed a petition, a vote could be held.
  • The relevant town board was then required to hold a special election within the boundaries of the relevant political district not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days after receiving the petition.

Statutes relevant to ballot measures


News

2012

2011

See also

External links

References