Minn. Dems Look to Mondale for Senate Race

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NPR's Cheryl Corley reports that while investigators search for the cause of the plane crash that killed Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone and seven others last week, the state's Democrats are looking for someone to take Wellstone's place in the upcoming election. The party is trying to draft former Vice President Walter Mondale, which would give Democrats a recognized name in the final days of the race against Republican Norm Coleman.



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