205.075 Town general election.
Subdivision 1. Date of election. The general election in a town must be held on the second Tuesday in March, except as provided in subdivision 2.
Subd. 2. Alternate date; metropolitan towns. A town located in the metropolitan area as defined by section 473.121 may, by resolution or ordinance, designate the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of either the even-numbered or the odd-numbered year as the date of the town general election. Town supervisors elected at a November town general election shall serve four-year terms.
The ordinance or resolution changing the date of the town general election must include a plan to shorten or lengthen the terms of office to provide an orderly transition to the November election schedule.
The ordinance or resolution changing the date of the town general election may be proposed by the town board or by a resolution of the electors adopted at the annual town meeting and is effective upon an affirmative vote of the electors at the next town general election.
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