CAPITOL CHATTER DFL governor contest fuzzy
Minnesota's precinct caucus straw polls cemented Marty Seifert's front-running role in the Republican governor's race, but the picture remains fuzzy for Democrats.
While Minneapolis Mayor R.T... Posted on 2/3/10 at 6:20 PM
The Feb. 5 caucus may have marked the end of campaigning by Democratic presidential candidates in Minnesota for their party’s nomination, but it was just the first hurdle in the race to gain the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party’s endorsement for U.S. Senate.
There are at least two Rosemount residents with an eye on the seat longtime Minnesota Rep. Dennis Ozment will vacate after this year.
Dr. Kurt Hansen, veterinarian and long-time resident of Rosemount, and current Rosemount City Council member Phillip Sterner announced Wednesday that they will run to replace Ozment, who has served in the House since 1984.
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