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Let 1,000 signs bloom

Posted by: Rachel E. Stassen-Berger under Minnesota campaigns, Minnesota governor Updated: June 25, 2010 - 11:36 AM

Something is popping out of Minnesota lawns and it is not dandelions.

Starting Friday, campaigns are permitted to place lawn signs across Minnesota.

From the Secretary of State:

Some municipalities have ordinances restricting the placement of lawn signs. In a state general election year (even years), these ordinances are overruled by Minnesota Statutes 211B.045 from 46 days before the primary until 10 days after the general election, and campaign signs may be posted in any size and number. For 2010, this period begins June 25. In municipalities which have no sign ordinance, campaign signs may be posted in any size and number throughout the year.

Have a photo of lawn-signs a'blooming? Email it to me at rachel.stassen-berger@startribune.com and we may add it to this post.

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