Minnesota candidates hit the trail by mending fences

  • Article by: RACHEL E. STASSEN-BERGER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: August 16, 2012 - 12:18 AM

Closely watched Eighth District race likely to draw attention, cash.

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smdentAug. 16, 12 4:01 AM

Well, at least he beat that right wing ideologue. I guess there is something to be said for that!

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EleanoreAug. 16, 1212:01 PM

Cravaack is hardly an idealogue, he's not even far right enough for many people in the district. I think Clarks failure here shows that money is not going to buy this race and face it, it's conservative. Likely a GOP victory here.

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sallyjosAug. 16, 1212:34 PM

While there's sensational value in noting that Quist made the Buzzfeed craziest candidates list, readers aren't informed that Parry was also on the list, ranked higher in the crazy than Quist himself. One might say that Southern Minnesotan Republicans know their crazy, and opted for the lower ranked contender.

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jcinmnAug. 16, 12 1:21 PM

Meanwhile Erik Paulson, sure of a November victory, continues to issue boiler plate responses to requests from his constituents.

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tanstaafl707Aug. 18, 12 2:20 PM

Walz and Quist already have "at least" 3 debates planned - good for them. Let the public compare and contrast the candidates. Amy Klobuchar has refused to debate Kurt Bills more than once. What are you afraid of Amy?

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tanstaafl707Aug. 18, 12 2:22 PM

Walz and Quist already have "at least" 3 debates planned - good for them. Let the public compare and contrast the candidates. Amy Klobuchar has refused to debate Kurt Bills more than once. What are you afraid of Amy?

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