Excerpt from Chapter 74, St. Paul Park City Code (2/16/10)
General Elections--All signs of any size containing non-commercial speech may be posted from June 25 in any general election year until 10 days following the general election
Special Elections-- All signs of any size containing non-commercial speech may be posted 13 weeks prior to any special election until 10 days following the special election.
Minnesota Statute 211B.045 Noncommercial Signs Exemption
In any municipality with an ordinance that regulates the size of noncommercial signs, notwithstanding the provisions of that ordinance, all noncommercial signs of any size may be posted from August 1 in a state general election year until ten days following the state general election.
Minnesota Statute 160.27 subd. 5 prohibits the placement of campaign signs and all other forms of advertisement within the limits of any highway, including all county, city and township roads and highways.
On Election Day, candidates may not distribute literature or post signs inside polling places or within 100 feet of any building in which a polling place is located or anywhere on the public property on which the polling place is located. Signs must be removed from this area prior to Election Day.