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Sen. Mary Olson, DFL-Bemidji, greets former U.S. Sen. Mark Dayton Wednesday during a Democratic unity celebration in St. Paul. Dayton is the DFL governor candidate. Pioneer Photo/Don Davis

Democrats strive for political unity in divisive race

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ST. PAUL -- Now that Minnesota Democrats agree on their governor nominee, voters can concentrate on a race that shows huge differences among candidates.

"There are clear, distinct choices," said candidate Tom Horner of the Independence Party.

"It is a pretty stark contrast," added state Republican Chairman Tony Sutton.

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