It was a last-minute decision to file for Cottonwood County Auditor/Treasurer and sometimes late decisions have a way of crumbling.
That was the case for Linda Loewen of Mt. Lake who filed for the seat on the final day of filing a few weeks ago. After giving it plenty of thought, Loewen had a change of heart. Unfortunately, that came more than 48 hours after she filed.
By state law, a candidate has 48 hours to “undo” a filing. After that, there’s no recourse, so Loewen’s name must ap-pear on the General Election ballot in November.
Check the June 22 Cottonwood County Citizen and Citizen eEdition for more details on this story.
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