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Two House races and a Senate race will be on the ballot this November.
At a Tuesday night forum, local politicians said more funding needs to go to districts.
A "Men for WomenWinning" fundraiser was held in a St. Louis Park resident's backyard Tuesday evening.
The Democratic incumbent is running again this election season in Minnesota's Fifth Congressional District.
Paul Scofield topped Roger Champagne on Tuesday and will take on Democratic incumbent Sen. Ron Latz in the fall.
The Republican is challenging incumbent Rep. Keith Ellison in Minnesota's 5th Congressional District.
Two Republicans are vying to take on incumbent Ron Latz in November, while Keith Ellison has two Democratic challengers.
Both parties have unique situations this election season.
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