Campaign Financial Reporting

Minnesota Statutes requires that local candidates’ Campaign Financial Reports be filed and posted on local government website and must remain available for four years from the date posted. The initial report must be filed within 14 days after the candidate or committee receives contributions or makes expenditures of more than $750 in a calendar year. The city clerk is not responsible for interpreting or enforcing campaign finance or practice laws. Complaints regarding campaign finance or practice violations governed by Minnesota Statutes 211A or 211B are heard by the Office of Administrative Hearings. Additional information is available at www.oah.state.mn.us.

2020 Campaign Financial Reports

 Hemken, Kathi

 Hoffe, Andy

 Isenberg, Michael

 London, Jonathan

 Miller, Jim

Snabes, Zachary

Stauner, Daniel

Stoffel, Ron

 Garbage Haulers for Citizen Choice  

 

2018 Campaign Financial Reports             

 Elder, John

 London, Jonathan