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Dec 19, 2009


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Archer Dem

I think it would be bad for us to have Kath run for the senate seat. His seat in the house is more valuable than another seat in the Senate and would be very hard to hold in another special election.


I agree with Archer - and I think Kory knows this and will not run as a result.

Sally Jo Sorensen

I'm coming to agree with both of you, especially as I look at the records of the possible Republican contenders. Another strong DFLer could win the senate seat, and Kath will continue his moderate course in the House.

But that decision is up to district DFLers and Kath himself.

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