What's on the ballot?

Offices on the ballot for the regular Primary and General Election in 2014 include:

  • United States Senator
  • United States Representative
  • Governor and Lt. Governor
  • Secretary of State
  • State Auditor
  • Attorney General
  • State Representative
  • County Commissioner
  • County Attorney
  • Sherriff
  • Minneapolis School Board Director
  • Supreme Court Justice
  • Court of Appeals Judge
  • District Court Judge
There are also two ballot questions that will be on the ballot for Minneaoplis voters, with proposed amendments to the City Charter.  Learn more about the ballot questions.

City Question 1: FILING FEE FOR CITY ELECTED OFFICES

Shall the Minneapolis City Charter be amended to increase the filing fees for candidates seeking City elected offices from the current fee of $20 for each office to $500 for the office of Mayor, $250 for the office of Council Member, $100 for the office of Board of Estimate and Taxation Member, and $100 for the office of Park & Recreation Commissioner and, as an alternative to payment of a filing fee, allow a candidate to submit a petition of voter signatures as provided in state law?

City Question 2: REMOVE MANDATORY FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOR WINE LICENSES


Shall the Minneapolis City Charter be amended to remove the requirement that businesses holding on-sale wine licenses in the City must serve food with every order of wine or beer and to remove mandatory food to wine and beer sales ratios?

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