Pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, you have the right to know:
A. THE PURPOSE AND INTENDED USE OF THE INFORMATION COLLECTED
- The information we collect about you is classified by law as public (anyone can see the information), private (only you can see the information), or confidential (you cannot see the information).
- The purpose and intended use of this is to aid the City of Shoreview, as the election administrator, in determining your qualifications to serve as an election judge.
B. MAY YOU REFUSE OR ARE YOU LEGALLY REQUIRED TO SUPPLY THE INFORMATION WE ASK FOR? WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR SUPPLYING OR REFUSING TO SUPPLY THE INFORMATION?
- You have the right to refuse to supply the information requested and there is no legal requirement that you provide the information requested.
- If you supply the information requested, it will aid the City in deciding whether you meet the essential qualifications.
If you refuse to supply the information requested, your application will not be complete and, as such, may disqualify you from being appointed as an election judge.
C. WHO HAS ACCESS TO THE PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION WE COLLECT ABOUT YOU?
- Individuals in the City Manager’s Office of the City of Shoreview and individuals within the department seeking to fill the positions.
- Individuals or agencies for which a state statute, federal law or the State Commission of Administration authorizes a new use or sharing or the information after you have been given this notice.
Unless otherwise authorized by state statute or federal law, government agencies with whom we share private or confidential information may also treat the information they receive as private or confidential.