All remaining training sessions scheduled for March and April have been cancelled in response to COVID-19. Classes will be rescheduled as soon as the situation allows.
In the meantime please reference the user manuals and online training videos found under the Filer Resources menu.
Board staff schedules periodic training to assist clients in meeting the requirements of Chapter 10A. Chapter 10A applies to candidates for state-level offices and to party units, political committees and political funds that are active in state-level elections. Classes in the use of the Campaign Finance software are scheduled in both election and nonelection years. Training in compliance with Chapter 10A, and in filling out reports required of state-level candidates, political committees and party units are scheduled during an election year.
Check this page frequently - classes are often added
If you wish to participate in this training session, please sign up below. If you have any problems please call the numbers listed below. Space is limited, so register early!
190 Centennial Building
658 Cedar Street
St. Paul, Minnesota 55155
Telephone: (651) 539-1180 / (800) 657-3889
Minnesota Relay Service: (800) 627-3529
(Click Here for Driving Directions to the Judicial Building)
The Centennial Building is across the street from the Judicial Building
Campaign Finance Reporter Session (Basic understanding of Microsoft Windows is required.) - provides instruction on the use of campaign finance software. This training will provide a complete introduction to Campaign Finance Reporter. Attendees will leave with enough knowledge to set up their committees, record all of the usual types of financial transactions, and to create and file reports with the Board.
Compliance Training - provides a review of the contribution and expenditure limits, and record keeping requirements, contained in Minnesota Statutes Chapter 10A. Chapter 10A applies to candidates for state-level offices and to party units, political committees, and political funds that are active in state-level elections.
Parking - Parking meters are available on both sides of Cedar Street in front of the Centennial Office Building. These meters accept quarter or dollar coins or may be paid online by following the posted instructions. Meters are also available on both sides of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, which runs between the Centennial Office Building and the Judicial Center, as well as on the Orange Level of the parking ramp behind the Centennial Office Building. Enter the ramp from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Meters on MKL Jr. Blvd and in the Centennial orange ramp use pay stations that accept cash or credit cards.
Questions - If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact us at the numbers listed above.