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Minnesotans United for All Families and Minnesota For Marriage are both jockeying for attention on Cooper Street at the Minnesota State Fair.
The governor is scheduled to address the Republican National Convention between 10 and 11 p.m.
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.
In spite of stringent dissent from Council Member Mary Sherry, on Tuesday night the Burnsville City Council agreed to give the troubled property management company a provisional license.
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.
Biden also highlighted health care reform and women's issues—in wake of Rep. Todd Akin 'legitimate rape' comments.
Sen. Dan Hall: "Why is it you never see an American flag where you see a Vote No for the MN #Marriage Amendment sign?"
It will be up to voters to vet a crowd of candidates in the upcoming election on Nov. 6.
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