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Gov. Dayton to seek re-election in 2014

The governor says eight years is what it takes to streamline the state government and make it more efficient. In a recent Star Tribune poll, Dayton has a 52 percent approval rating.
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The governor says eight years is what it takes to streamline the state government and make it more efficient. In a recent Star Tribune poll, Dayton has a 52 percent approval rating.

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