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Jan 20, 2010


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I was shocked to see that SmartPolitics missed the obvious impact of the IP on the district.
In the 2004 election for House 26B ... yep ... that's District 26, the IP candidate got 795 votes ... the ultimate margin of DFL candidate Patti Fritz victory was 347 ... obviously without the IP in the race, the outcome could have been different.

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