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I love the purity of precinct caucuses. People with little or no experience in political activism can come and have a voice. More seasoned political activists come alongside them to help them learn the process. There are straw polls, and everyone gets a vote. There are resolutions, and everyone gets a chance to make them. [...]

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He’s the best Republican 6th Congressional District candidate because he’s a proven winner, insisted Sen. John Pederson. “I am the best candidate because I have the ability to get votes from Independents and fiscally conservative Democrats,” Pederson, of St. Cloud, said. Pederson recently entered the high-profile 6th District race, one shaken by Congresswoman Michele Bachmann’s [...]

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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter ECM-Sun Newspapers Rogers Republicans agreed with the rest of the state at their caucus on Tuesday night. Twenty-six percent voted for Rick Santorum in Precinct 1 and a whopping 41 percent of Precinct 2 gave him their vote. Rogers resident, Jane Frazier, got an opportunity to meet the former senator at a [...]

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by Paul Rignell Contributing writer Republican straw poll voters in Otsego aligned with most of Minnesota’s other caucus precincts Feb. 7 by casting the most preferential ballots for presidential candidate Rick Santorum, with his support among those gathered in Otsego City Hall coming in stronger than his statewide averages. Precinct volunteers counted 69 votes for [...]

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by Nathan Warner Contributing writer If Zimmerman was a model for the rest of the nation, the presidential election in November would be between Rick Santorum and Barack Obama. Both the GOP and DFL precinct caucuses met in Zimmerman High School at 7 p.m. on Tuesday to cast their votes on the matter. Precincts represented [...]

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