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U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack, R-Minn., listens as Democratic challenger Rick No-lan makes a point during a candidate’s debate earlier this month in Duluth. Cra-vaack and Nolan are battling in the 8th Congressional District. Steve Kuchera | Forum Communications

Legislative races slip under voters’ radar

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ST. PAUL – Minnesota voters tune in to presidential debates, discuss constitutional amendments and follow eight U.S. House races.

But the biggest impact on state residents could be decided lower on the ballot, where all 201 state House and Senate seats will be listed Nov. 6. Legislators are the people who make decisions that immediately affect Minnesotans.

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