Minnesota Government Update - October 8, 2010

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In this issue: Polling for Votes; and Special Session.

Polling for Votes With only 25 days until the election on November 2, expect to see more frequent polls. Today, Rasmussen Reports released their latest poll in the Minnesota gubernatorial race. DFLer Mark Dayton garnered 40 percent of the vote, Republican Tom Emmer is at 38 percent and Independent Party candidate Tom Horner trails at 15 percent.

Rasmussen officially tagged the Minnesota Governor's race a toss up between Republican Emmer and DFLer Dayton. The numbers do not reflect much change from the last Rasmussen poll two weeks ago. The poll was conducted October 6, included 750 likely Minnesota voters and has a margin of error of +/- 4 percentage points.

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