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The community had 79 percent of registered voters cast a ballot in the 2012 election.
Hint: More than a nice Swiss watch, less than a full year as a residential undergraduate at the University of Minnesota.
S.F. No. 26 would require additional reporting of lobbyist "scholarships" to legislators, and discourage the dissemination of model legislation.
As predicted by poll workers, Burnsville's voter turnout bested 2008 by 3.5 points.
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In other news from around the region, Eagan's Nicholas Mrozinski advanced to the top 12 on NBC's "The Voice" and Dems ruled the day on Nov. 6 in eastern Dakota.
We're hearing reports of long-time friendships being cut off, especially on Facebook, during the bitterly contested campaign. Did it happen to you?
Check out the campaign finance reports for local candidates.
Voters in the mostly suburban cities Patch covers were more opposed to the proposed gay-marriage ban than Minnesota voters generally.
Incumbent Republican John Kline defeated Democrat Mike Obermueller by more than 8 points to keep his seat in congress.
The story: A night of crushing defeats, solid victories and some real squeakers—told through photos.
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