Under Minnesota State Statute 211A.02
, candidates, committees and corporations that receive and/or spend more than $750 in a calendar year must file a campaign finance report with the state. Reports are due within 14 days of reaching the $750 threshold; 10 days before a primary or special election; 10 days before a general or special election; 30 days after a general or special election and by January 31 of each year following the year when an initial report was filed. If a person does not receive or spend $750 or more, no report is required.
Ramsey County has created a 2020 Campaign Finance Guide
to assist candidates.
Under Roseville City Code 103.015
, candidates for a Roseville City Office must file a campaign finance report which lists all individuals, committees or organizations that have made contributions that in aggregate is greater than $50. A report is required whether a candidate receives a contribution or not. Reports are due 10 days before a primary, general or special election and 30 days after a general or special election.
Information on campaign finance reports is public and is posted by Ramsey County. Campaign reports from 1987 to 2014 are available in the city's archives
. Ramsey County has taken the responsibility to maintain campaign reports
2020 Candidate Campaign Finance Reports (as of 10/26/20)