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War Plays Key Role in Minnesota Senate Battle
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War Plays Key Role in Minnesota Senate Battle

War Plays Key Role in Minnesota Senate Battle

War Plays Key Role in Minnesota Senate Battle
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Minnesota Senate candidates are stumping at the state fair. With Minnesota Democratic Sen. Mark Dayton retiring this year, there's a major battle under way for his open seat. Both the Republican and Democratic candidates are finding that the war in Iraq is one of the big issues for Minnesota voters.

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