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Klobuchar in easy win; 2 House races tight

ST. PAUL — Democratic U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar breezed to an easy re-election victory Tuesday and most U.S. House members from Minnesota won.

West Central Tribune, 11/07/2012

Update 8:20 p.m.: No surprise as Klobuchar takes U.S. Senate victory

ST. PAUL -- Democratic U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar earned Minnesota’s first 2012 election night win when news services declared her a re-election victor soon after the polls closed.Amy Klobuchar has won a second term.

West Central Tribune, 11/06/2012

Cold, wet weather and bomb scare do not stop Minn. voters

ST. PAUL -- Minnesotans may disagree about a pair of proposed constitutional amendments and may not see eye to eye on candidates, but they agree on one thing: They want their voices heard.

West Central Tribune, 11/06/2012

Minn. marriage amendment battle costliest ever

ST. PAUL -- A battle about whether to define marriage as only between a man and woman produced the most expensive Minnesota constitutional amendment campaign ever, but regardless of the outcome nothing will change soon.

West Central Tribune, 11/06/2012

Minn. voters decide if they should show IDs in next election

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Voters decided Tuesday if they would be required to prove who they are in elections beginning next year.

West Central Tribune, 11/06/2012

Gray, damp weather does not stop Minnesota voters

ST. PAUL -- Minnesotans may disagree about a pair of proposed constitutional amendments and may not see eye to eye on candidates, but they agree on one thing: They want their voices heard.

Forum Communications, 11/06/2012

Final debate shows Bills, Klobuchar far apart

ST. PAUL — If the final Minnesota U.S. Senate debate did nothing else, it showed the political distance between the two candidates.

West Central Tribune, 11/05/2012

High voter turnout expected despite lack of top-of-ballot action

ST. PAUL — Presidential candidates have all but ignored Minnesota.

West Central Tribune, 11/05/2012

GOP Rep. Kriesel of Cottage Grove featured in anti-marriage amendment ad (video)

State Rep. John Kriesel’s dramatic speech in the Minnesota House opposing a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage is featured in a television commercial for amendment opponents Minnesotans United for All Families.

West Central Tribune, 11/02/2012

Clinton, Ryan in contrasting appearances

MINNEAPOLIS — The favorite old standby delivered a 38-minute speech.

West Central Tribune, 10/31/2012

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