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Legal Topics: Voting

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  • Minnesota Statutes §204C.04 Employees; Time Off to Vote.
  • Minnesota Statutes §201.014 Elibibility to Vote, and §609B.610 Felony or Treason; Ineligible to Vote.
  • Minnesota Statutes, index topics Voting, Voter Registration.
  • Resources:

  • Minnesota Votes, voter information from the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State.
  • Frequently Asked Questions including elections, from the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State.
  • 2012 Constitutional Amendment, Voter ID

  • How a Constitutional Amendment Is Proposed and Ratified , from the Minnesota House Research Department.
  • Chapter 167 Laws of Minnesota 2012.
  • More about Voter Identification Requirements, from the National Conference of State Legislatures.

    Related Topics: Election Law

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