THE WEST WING Quick Hits
Someleftovers from last week's Weekly Memo.
The City recently received correspondence indicating that the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy is beginning the process of adding so-called synthe... Posted on 10/20/10 at 6:00 AM
Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty didn't face voters this year, but a no-decision in the race to replace him could buy him a longer stay in the state's top job — something that cuts both ways for the possible Republican presidential candidate.
Democrat Mark Dayton and Republican Tom Emmer ran for more than a year to be Minnesota's governor. On Wednesday, both men were still waiting on a too-close-to-call race that stirred memories of the state's bitterly contested 2008 U.S. Senate election.
Democrat Mark Dayton still holds an edge in his race for governor against Republican Tom Emmer as the final full week of campaigning starts, according to a Star Tribune Minnesota Poll published Sunday.
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