Pioneer Editorial: Amendment strategy hurt Republicans
In the world of politics and elections, it can be dangerous to read too much into vote results.
But, in the case of Tuesday’s general election, in which Minnesotans went to the polls in record numbers, the electorate’s tidal wave of support for Democrat-Farmer-Laborite candidates and DFL-favored positions on two constitutional amendments is difficult to read any other way.
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