Thursday, November 8, 2012

Minnesota: Bemidji voters adopt recall law

Bemidji voters overwhelming approved a recall law for elected officials, passing the proposition with 83.2% votes in favor 4,682-945. Minnesota is a judicial recall state, and this law will require a showing of malfeasance or incompetence.

The law requires 20% of voter turnout to get a recall on the ballot. Here's a full run down of the provisions.

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