Ramsey County finds it listed wrong GOP candidate for House race in 'clerical error' after first absentee votes cast

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Ballots incorrectly listed Beverly Peterson as the Republican Party candidate for House District 67A instead of the correct candidate, Scott Hesselgrave. Ramsey County said it must continue to issue the erroneous ballots to absentee voters by mail and in person until a resolution is determined. Minnesota law states that any voter who casts an absentee ballot can replace their ballot with a new one up until one week before Election Day.
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Ramsey County sent out more than 1,000 ballots listing the wrong GOP candidate

The state Supreme Court must weigh in on a fix before the county can send corrected ballots.

2 months ago·Minneapolis, United States
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Ramsey County finds it listed wrong GOP candidate for House race in 'clerical error' after first absentee votes cast

The incorrectly listed candidate died last month, the Republican Party of Minnesota confirmed to 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS.

2 months ago·St Paul, United States
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Ramsey County absentee voters receive ballots with wrong GOP House candidate

Nick Woltman at the Pioneer Press reports, “More than 1,000 St. Paul absentee voters have received 2022 general election ballots listing the wrong Republican candidate for Minnesota’s House of Representatives in their district, officials say. The GOP nominated Scott Hesselgrave in August to replace Beverly Peterson in the race to succeed Rep. John Thompson in House District 67A after Peterson died earlier that month, but the ballots issued by Ra…

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