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The bill passed on a roll call partisan vote and will now head to the Senate floor.
(Published May 1, 2013)
Article 1: Redistricting provisions for senate districts 39 and 49.
Article 2: Early voting.
Article 3: No-excuse absentee balloting.
Article 4: Vacancies in nomination for partisan and non-partisan offices.
Article 5: Elections administration (miscellaneous non-controversial modifications and modernization, including increasing the threshold for triggering publicly funded recounts, and requiring write-in candidates for city offices to submit requests for votes to be counted).
Article 6: Felon voting notification provisions and modifications.
Article 7: Moving the state primary from August to June.
Article 8: Electronic poll books pilot sites and task force.
Article 9: Appropriations.
Article 1: No-excuse absentee balloting.
Article 2: Election administration (miscellaneous non-controversial modifications and modernizations, including increasing the threshold for triggering publicly funded recounts, and redistricting provisions for senate district 49)
Article 3: Felon voting notification provisions and modifications.
Article 4: Electronic poll books pilot sites and task force.
Article 5: Vacancies in nomination for partisan and non-partisan offices.
Article 6: County auditor-treasurer to be appointed instead of elected for Kandiyohi, Lake, Clay, Jackson and Lyon counties.
Article 7: Establishment of National Popular Vote.
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