The following maps contain the 2013-2022 Lyon County Commissioner Districts.
Minnesota statute §211A.02, subd. 6 requires local governments with websites to upload political campaign reports for local government candidates based on jurisdiction population and dollar amounts spent. The reports are required to be available on the website for at least four years.
Listed below are the candidate campaign finance reports for Lyon County elected officials/candidates related to 2016 and 2014 elections.
Applicable city, school district, or town clerks with 400 or more registered voters as of January 1 of the election year and with websites are responsible for candidate filings within those entities.
County Commissioner District 1
County Commissioner District 4
County Commissioner District 5
District Court Judge District 5
Soil & Water Conservation Supervisor District 1
Soil & Water Conservation Supervisor District 3
Soil & Water Conservation Supervisor District 5
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