'The L' you say? It's key to governor race
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota governor candidates need to get The L out.
Get people in "The L" out to vote, that is. Those in The L are voters in the western and southern parts of the state, an area that would form an "L" on the map. Most L voters do not vote party line, so are prime targets of campaigns.
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