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GOP hopeful goes on offensive with Seifert as target

February 11, 2014

MARSHALL — The race for the Republican gubernatorial nomination runs six lanes wide, but if you ask the Dave Thompson campaign, two favorites have already emerged....

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Feb-11-14 9:27 AM

I would hardly call this going on the offensive, and I wouldn't call it far from the truth either.Marty's been running for this spot since he left the house.

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Feb-11-14 10:15 PM

So, he's guilty of what, having a strategy?

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Feb-12-14 2:10 PM

Of being disingenuous.

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Feb-12-14 3:01 PM

A better question is why was Marty in Eden Prairie instead of his local caucus? If people in SW MN think having a governor from the area is going to help rural MN, they better look for a different candidate. Marty became a metro area legislator years ago. What was it he liked to use as an excuse? “As majority leader I have to consider what’s good for the whole state, not just my home district.”

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Feb-12-14 8:19 PM

These two guys are running for second place behind the DFL candidate. I wouldn't call that a race or newsworthy.

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