2015 Minnesota Statutes
Chapters 200 - 212 — ELECTIONS
Chapter 204D — PARTICULAR ELECTIONS
Section 204D.23 — AFFIDAVITS OF CANDIDACY; NOMINATING PETITIONS.

MN Stat § 204D.23 (2015) What's This?
204D.23 AFFIDAVITS OF CANDIDACY; NOMINATING PETITIONS.

Subdivision 1. Place and manner of filing. Candidates for nomination to fill a vacancy at a special primary shall file their affidavits of candidacy and nominating petitions with the same officers and in the same manner and shall pay the same fees as provided by law for candidates for like offices at the state primary.

Subd. 2. Time of filing. Except as provided in subdivision 3, the affidavits and petitions shall be filed no later than 14 days before the special primary.

Subd. 3. Filing at regular time. If a vacancy occurs before the opening of the time for filing affidavits of candidacy for the state primary and the special primary is held on the same day as the state primary, the affidavits and petitions shall be filed during the time for filing affidavits for the state primary.

Subd. 4. Filing with the secretary of state; certification. Within 24 hours after the filings have closed, the secretary of state shall certify to the county auditors the names of the candidates who have filed with the secretary of state and who will be voted for in those counties at the special primary.

Subd. 5. Withdrawal of candidates. A candidate may withdraw from the special primary ballot by filing an affidavit of withdrawal with the same official who received the affidavit of candidacy. The affidavit of withdrawal must be filed no later than 5:00 p.m. of the day after the last day for filing affidavits of candidacy.

History:

1981 c 29 art 6 s 23; 1989 c 291 art 1 s 18; 2008 c 295 s 15

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