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May 20, 2013

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Phoenix Woman

"It will be interested to see whether the impressive grassroots organizing by citizens in Southeastern Minnesota will carry forward into electoral politics."

Indeed.

"Neither party will be able to leverage it, given the way the DFLers on the Range rushed in to prattle about the frac sand mining industry creating 'empathy' for their region."

God help us if there are ever sizeable amounts of oil found in the BWCA or the Big Stone Country.

I don't think we can count on the Iron Rangers not to cast their votes to turn those parts of Minnesota into crime-ridden boom towns where most of the boom money doesn't stay in the community, yet the problems brought by the boom stay on long after the boom in gone.

"Schmit's a clear winner in his first term."

That's very clear.

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