Elections in Minnesota

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Employees in Minnesota are allowed time off from work to vote on the morning of Election Day.[1]

Minnesota State Canvassing Board

Recounts in Minnesota are handled by the State Canvassing Board, as needed in the 2008 Senate election between Norm Coleman and Al Franken.

According to the Minnesota Statutes, "the state canvassing board shall consist of the secretary of state, two judges of the supreme court, and two judges of the district court selected by the secretary of state. None of the judges shall be a candidate at the election. If a judge fails to appear at the meeting of the canvassing board, the secretary of state shall fill the vacancy in membership by selecting another judge who is not a candidate at the election. Not more than two judges of the supreme court shall serve on the canvassing board at one time".[2]

References

  1. ^ Minnesota Statutes 204C.04
  2. ^ Minnesota Statutes 204C.31, subdivision 2

External links

  • Elections & Voting at the Minnesota Secretary of State official website
  • Minnesota at Ballotpedia


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