Laws governing ballot measures in Minnesota
Revision as of 22:38, 26 January 2014 by JoshA
- Voters can vote on legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Up until 2009, voters could vote on what are known in Minnesota as reverse referenda.
- 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
- Republicans are pushing for dozens of changes to Minnesota's constitution (paragraph 6 from top)
- Campaign Finance Board releases guidelines on ballot initiatives
- Statement of guidance (see also Minnesota Same-Sex Marriage Amendment (2012))
- Campaign finance board considers relaxing disclosure rules on ballot initiatives
- Laws governing recall in Minnesota
- Local ballot measures, Minnesota
- Laws governing local ballot measures in Minnesota
- Amending the Minnesota Constitution
- School bond and tax elections in Minnesota
- Minnesota signature requirements
- Campaign finance requirements for Minnesota ballot measures