MN State law 200.02, subd 7 requires the MNGOP to comply with its constitution and rules, comply with MN Statute 202A.12 and 202A.13, AND file a CERTIFICATION with the MNSOS that the Party is in compliance with these requirements. Filing a false certification is a felony.
State Executive Board Minutes from 02/2022. The MNGOP Chair led move to make Board meetings private- removal of transparency before Party begins removing delegates, BPOU Chairs, threatening litigation against loyal members of the Party.
There are State Convention and State Central Delegates and Alternates, members of Congressional Districts, BPOUs and Affiliates and people who identify as Republicans who are working together to Rebuild the MNGOP.