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Democrats say the divisive amendments and the state shutdown may have contributed to heavy Republican losses.
At a transportation forum on Wednesday night, the south metro's DFLers outnumbered GOP candidates 9 to 2, with only one incumbent legislator in attendance, Shakopee's Rep. Mike Beard.
Eagan resident Mike Obermueller, a Democrat running against incumbent Rep. John Kline (R), answers in his first televised ad.
Candidates from Burnsville and Eagan House and Senate Districts converged at Black Hawk Middle School for a Tuesday night forum.
Minnesota Second Congressional District Rep. John Kline (R) has "a proven record of defending the Second Amendment," according to the National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund.
Partisan passions flared at the forum, which was held Wednesday night at Rasmussen College in Eagan.
The forum, scheduled for 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 26, is open to the public.
The meetings will be held in South Saint Paul, Eagan and Northfield, according to a press release issued by Second Congressional District Candidate Mike Obermueller.
The governor is scheduled to address the Republican National Convention between 10 and 11 p.m.
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