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Dec 09, 2016


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Mike Worcester

//That should win frienda and influence delegate if Bakk decides to run for governor again.

The more I read, the more I'm becoming convinced that *if* Sen. Bakk runs for governor in 2018, he will pitch himself at the only "rural" candidate, able to connect with the voters the DFL lost in 2016. That will be especially true if his opposition for the endorsement will be Rebecca Otto, Lori Swanson, Tina Smith, Paul Thissen, et al. Now of Congressman Walz decides to make a run, that obviously changes matters.

Editor's note: We don't believe that Tom Bakk shares our rural values. And by "rural," we mean that if we were any more "rural," we'd live in South Dakota.

Of course, this is all just the rumblings in my head. I'd be more than willing to hear other thoughts.

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