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The community had an 83.7 percent of registered voters cast a ballot in the 2012 election.
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At individual precincts, between 83 percent and 88 percent of registered voters cast a ballot.
The community had the sixth most-even rates of the 38 communities that Patch covers.
DFL leader are coy on the prospects.
‘(The win) does mean a little less overt political friction, but there are still meaningful limits on what can be done,’ said Hopkins Rep. Steve Simon.
‘Hopkins Votes’ is a mock election that teaches students about the democratic process.
The community had nearly 300 more voters in 2012 than in 2008.
All incumbents in county commissioner races defended challenges from opponents touting their fiscally conservative credentials.
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