204B.34 NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Subdivision 1. State elections.
At least 15 days before any state primary or state general
election the municipal clerk shall post in the clerk's office a notice stating the officers to be
nominated or elected, the location of each polling place in the municipality, and the hours for
voting. An optional provision of the notice may include municipal officers to be nominated or
elected. The county auditor shall post a similar notice in the auditor's office including information
concerning any polling places in unorganized territory in the county. The governing body of a
municipality or county may publish this notice in addition to posting it. Failure to give the notice
required in this section shall not invalidate a state primary or state general election.
Subd. 2. Municipal elections.
Notice of municipal elections shall be given as provided in
205.13, subdivision 2
205.16, subdivision 1
Subd. 3. Judicial elections.
When one or more justices of the Supreme Court or judges of
the Court of Appeals or of a district court are to be nominated at the same primary or elected at
the same general election, the notice of election shall state the name of each justice or judge
whose successor is to be nominated or elected.
Subd. 4. School district elections.
Notice of school district elections shall be given as
provided in sections
205A.06, subdivision 2
205A.07, subdivision 1
History: 1981 c 29 art 4 s 34; 1982 c 501 s 15; 1983 c 247 s 86; 1983 c 303 s 10; 1986 c
444; 1987 c 266 art 1 s 32; 1998 c 254 art 2 s 23