Minnesota voters turned on, and turn out

  • Article by: MARY JANE SMETANKA , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 5, 2008 - 12:06 AM

State numbers could exceed 3 million as many first-time voters go to polls. That 80 percent rate would keep Minnesota's No. 1 national ranking.

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matownseNov. 4, 08 4:48 PM

That the parents are about to go on vaction and we are leaving the children to take care of the house.

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swschradNov. 4, 08 5:02 PM

we're about to throw out surly squatters.

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tbot2000Nov. 4, 08 5:20 PM

That said, my fingers are crossed for Obama for President!

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RipAndersonNov. 4, 08 5:55 PM
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redwhiteblueNov. 4, 08 6:05 PM

To my house or do I have to go and pick it up? Because if I do, then that is just unfair, some people can walk faster than I can, therefore Obama should regulate walking speed.

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bucaguyNov. 4, 08 6:23 PM

http://www.mnsportscentral.com/community/ come on over and talk about the election

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correctmanNov. 4, 08 7:16 PM

Hopefully the boxes of "Acorn" I mean "lost" ballots will be available if Al Franken is not declared the winner by 10 pm.

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