Johnson Claims Slim Victory in South Dakota Senate Race In South Dakota, Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson claims victory with just 500 votes more than his Republican challenger, Rep. John Thune. In Minnesota, former Vice President Walter Mondale concedes to Republican Norm Coleman. Hear NPR's David Welna.
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Johnson Claims Slim Victory in South Dakota Senate Race

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Johnson Claims Slim Victory in South Dakota Senate Race

Johnson Claims Slim Victory in South Dakota Senate Race

Johnson Claims Slim Victory in South Dakota Senate Race

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In South Dakota, Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson claims victory with just 500 votes more than his Republican challenger, Rep. John Thune. In Minnesota, former Vice President Walter Mondale concedes to Republican Norm Coleman. Hear NPR's David Welna.