COTTONWOOD COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR ELECTIONIndividuals concerned about water quality and soil erosion in Cottonwood County should consider filing torun for the position of Supervisor of the Cottonwood Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD).Cottonwood CountyCandidate QualificationsMinnesota law states that candidates for state and local offices must be eligible voters and at least 21-years-old when assuming office, They must have resided in their district for at least 30 days before the generalelection and have no other affidavit on file for any other elected office.Nominating DistrictsAffidavit of CandidacyAll SWCD Supervisor candidates must file an affidavit of candidacy. Candidates must state that the namelisted on their affidavit is their true name by which they are commonly known in the community. Affidavitsmust be signed in the presence of a notary or an individual authorized to administer oaths. Affidavits ofcandidacy may be completed starting 60 days before and during the filing period. A properly completedaffidavit and filing fee must be received by the filing officer during the filing period.WestekSerdenFiling PeriodThe filing period opens May 19, 2020 and closes at 5:00 p.m. on June 2, 2020.DeltFiling LocationCandidates for SWCD Supervisor file an affidavit of candidacy with the Cottonwood County Auditor locatedat the Cottonwood County Courthouse, Windom, MN.Filing FeeCandidates must pay a filing fee ($20) at the time of filing their affidavit of candidacy. However, candidatesmay file a petition in place of the filing fee.r BegunLikeBackgroundThose individuals elected to the position of SWCD Supervisor need to file a Statement of Economic Interestwith the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. A statement of economic interest is aform that public and local officials use to disclose information about their personal financial interests.Nominating District Number I-Mountain Lake, Midway and Selma townships andthe city of Mountain Lake.Nominating Districts Up for ElectionThis year, the SWCD has three Supervisor positions up for election. SWCD candidates appear on the ballot forthe general election, which will take place November 3, 2020. Candidates are elected county-wide but mustreside in one of the nomination districts up for election. These include Nominating District II-Lakeside,Carson and Delton Townships, City of Bingham Lake and Delft; Nominating District IV-Springfield, Amo,Storden and Highwater Townships and the City of Storden; Nominating District V- Southbrook, Rosehill,Westbrook and Ann Townships and City of Westbrook. Supervisors serve a four-year term,Nominating District I-Carson, Delton and Lakeside townships and the cities ofBingham Lake and Delft.Nominating District Number III-Great Bend, Dale, Amboy and Germantowntownships and the cities of Jeffers and Windom.Nominating District IV-Amo, Highwater, Springfleld and Storden townships and thecity of Storden.Additional information about the SWCD can be found online at www.cottonwoodswcd.org or by calling theoffice at 507-832-8287.Nominating District V-Ann, Rosehill, Southbrook and Westbrook townships and thecity of Westbrook. COTTONWOOD COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR ELECTION Individuals concerned about water quality and soil erosion in Cottonwood County should consider filing to run for the position of Supervisor of the Cottonwood Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). Cottonwood County Candidate Qualifications Minnesota law states that candidates for state and local offices must be eligible voters and at least 21-years- old when assuming office, They must have resided in their district for at least 30 days before the general election and have no other affidavit on file for any other elected office. Nominating Districts Affidavit of Candidacy All SWCD Supervisor candidates must file an affidavit of candidacy. Candidates must state that the name listed on their affidavit is their true name by which they are commonly known in the community. Affidavits must be signed in the presence of a notary or an individual authorized to administer oaths. Affidavits of candidacy may be completed starting 60 days before and during the filing period. A properly completed affidavit and filing fee must be received by the filing officer during the filing period. Westek Serden Filing Period The filing period opens May 19, 2020 and closes at 5:00 p.m. on June 2, 2020. Delt Filing Location Candidates for SWCD Supervisor file an affidavit of candidacy with the Cottonwood County Auditor located at the Cottonwood County Courthouse, Windom, MN. Filing Fee Candidates must pay a filing fee ($20) at the time of filing their affidavit of candidacy. However, candidates may file a petition in place of the filing fee. r Begun Like Background Those individuals elected to the position of SWCD Supervisor need to file a Statement of Economic Interest with the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. A statement of economic interest is a form that public and local officials use to disclose information about their personal financial interests. Nominating District Number I-Mountain Lake, Midway and Selma townships and the city of Mountain Lake. Nominating Districts Up for Election This year, the SWCD has three Supervisor positions up for election. SWCD candidates appear on the ballot for the general election, which will take place November 3, 2020. Candidates are elected county-wide but must reside in one of the nomination districts up for election. These include Nominating District II-Lakeside, Carson and Delton Townships, City of Bingham Lake and Delft; Nominating District IV-Springfield, Amo, Storden and Highwater Townships and the City of Storden; Nominating District V- Southbrook, Rosehill, Westbrook and Ann Townships and City of Westbrook. Supervisors serve a four-year term, Nominating District I-Carson, Delton and Lakeside townships and the cities of Bingham Lake and Delft. Nominating District Number III-Great Bend, Dale, Amboy and Germantown townships and the cities of Jeffers and Windom. Nominating District IV-Amo, Highwater, Springfleld and Storden townships and the city of Storden. Additional information about the SWCD can be found online at www.cottonwoodswcd.org or by calling the office at 507-832-8287. Nominating District V-Ann, Rosehill, Southbrook and Westbrook townships and the city of Westbrook.

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COTTONWOOD COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR ELECTION Individuals concerned about water quality and soil erosion in Cottonwood County should consider filing to run for the position of Supervisor of the Cottonwood Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). Cottonwood County Candidate Qualifications Minnesota law states that candidates for state and local offices must be eligible voters and at least 21-years- old when assuming office, They must have resided in their district for at least 30 days before the general election and have no other affidavit on file for any other elected office. Nominating Districts Affidavit of Candidacy All SWCD Supervisor candidates must file an affidavit of candidacy. Candidates must state that the name listed on their affidavit is their true name by which they are commonly known in the community. Affidavits must be signed in the presence of a notary or an individual authorized to administer oaths. Affidavits of candidacy may be completed starting 60 days before and during the filing period. A properly completed affidavit and filing fee must be received by the filing officer during the filing period. Westek Serden Filing Period The filing period opens May 19, 2020 and closes at 5:00 p.m. on June 2, 2020. Delt Filing Location Candidates for SWCD Supervisor file an affidavit of candidacy with the Cottonwood County Auditor located at the Cottonwood County Courthouse, Windom, MN. Filing Fee Candidates must pay a filing fee ($20) at the time of filing their affidavit of candidacy. However, candidates may file a petition in place of the filing fee. r Begun Like Background Those individuals elected to the position of SWCD Supervisor need to file a Statement of Economic Interest with the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. A statement of economic interest is a form that public and local officials use to disclose information about their personal financial interests. Nominating District Number I-Mountain Lake, Midway and Selma townships and the city of Mountain Lake. Nominating Districts Up for Election This year, the SWCD has three Supervisor positions up for election. SWCD candidates appear on the ballot for the general election, which will take place November 3, 2020. Candidates are elected county-wide but must reside in one of the nomination districts up for election. These include Nominating District II-Lakeside, Carson and Delton Townships, City of Bingham Lake and Delft; Nominating District IV-Springfield, Amo, Storden and Highwater Townships and the City of Storden; Nominating District V- Southbrook, Rosehill, Westbrook and Ann Townships and City of Westbrook. Supervisors serve a four-year term, Nominating District I-Carson, Delton and Lakeside townships and the cities of Bingham Lake and Delft. Nominating District Number III-Great Bend, Dale, Amboy and Germantown townships and the cities of Jeffers and Windom. Nominating District IV-Amo, Highwater, Springfleld and Storden townships and the city of Storden. Additional information about the SWCD can be found online at www.cottonwoodswcd.org or by calling the office at 507-832-8287. Nominating District V-Ann, Rosehill, Southbrook and Westbrook townships and the city of Westbrook. COTTONWOOD COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR ELECTION Individuals concerned about water quality and soil erosion in Cottonwood County should consider filing to run for the position of Supervisor of the Cottonwood Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD). Cottonwood County Candidate Qualifications Minnesota law states that candidates for state and local offices must be eligible voters and at least 21-years- old when assuming office, They must have resided in their district for at least 30 days before the general election and have no other affidavit on file for any other elected office. Nominating Districts Affidavit of Candidacy All SWCD Supervisor candidates must file an affidavit of candidacy. Candidates must state that the name listed on their affidavit is their true name by which they are commonly known in the community. Affidavits must be signed in the presence of a notary or an individual authorized to administer oaths. Affidavits of candidacy may be completed starting 60 days before and during the filing period. A properly completed affidavit and filing fee must be received by the filing officer during the filing period. Westek Serden Filing Period The filing period opens May 19, 2020 and closes at 5:00 p.m. on June 2, 2020. Delt Filing Location Candidates for SWCD Supervisor file an affidavit of candidacy with the Cottonwood County Auditor located at the Cottonwood County Courthouse, Windom, MN. Filing Fee Candidates must pay a filing fee ($20) at the time of filing their affidavit of candidacy. However, candidates may file a petition in place of the filing fee. r Begun Like Background Those individuals elected to the position of SWCD Supervisor need to file a Statement of Economic Interest with the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. A statement of economic interest is a form that public and local officials use to disclose information about their personal financial interests. Nominating District Number I-Mountain Lake, Midway and Selma townships and the city of Mountain Lake. Nominating Districts Up for Election This year, the SWCD has three Supervisor positions up for election. SWCD candidates appear on the ballot for the general election, which will take place November 3, 2020. Candidates are elected county-wide but must reside in one of the nomination districts up for election. These include Nominating District II-Lakeside, Carson and Delton Townships, City of Bingham Lake and Delft; Nominating District IV-Springfield, Amo, Storden and Highwater Townships and the City of Storden; Nominating District V- Southbrook, Rosehill, Westbrook and Ann Townships and City of Westbrook. Supervisors serve a four-year term, Nominating District I-Carson, Delton and Lakeside townships and the cities of Bingham Lake and Delft. Nominating District Number III-Great Bend, Dale, Amboy and Germantown townships and the cities of Jeffers and Windom. Nominating District IV-Amo, Highwater, Springfleld and Storden townships and the city of Storden. Additional information about the SWCD can be found online at www.cottonwoodswcd.org or by calling the office at 507-832-8287. Nominating District V-Ann, Rosehill, Southbrook and Westbrook townships and the city of Westbrook.

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