Majority of counties have made changes in electing or appointing statutory officials
More than 75 percent of Minnesota counties have implemented one change or more in their statutory offices, according to a report from the Minnesota House Research Department.
Those changes include appointing, rather than electing, the officials and combining offices.
The most common change is appointing the county recorder and combining the offices of auditor and treasurer.
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