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Before a cheering and booing audience, the candidates made the case for why they should represent Minnesota’s 5th District.
Patch wants to know how valuable you think voluntary release of tax returns is in an election.
The candidates discussed a wide range of issues at a forum sponsored by Minnesota Public Radio.
Patch has what you need to know to enjoy the 2012 Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Patch's panel of Twin Cities area Republicans are divided over the GOP delegation's decision to hand the majority of its votes to Ron Paul at the party's national convention.
On Monday, the justices voted 4-2 in favor of the Republican-controlled Legislature on the wording of the voter ID and same-sex marriage amendments.
Campaign sought to buy television ads.
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Also this week: New ice cream creation by a local, Romney visits the metro and a local School Board member resigns.
The presumed Republican nominee made his way to the Twin Cities Thursday night.
With chants, masks and signs, protesters made their presence felt during the Republican frontrunner's visit to Minnesota.
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