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Minn. DFL candidate asks opponents to watch 'The Campaign' with him

Minnesota District 8 DFL primary candidate Jeff Anderson has issued an interesting challenge to his opponents Rick Nolan and Tarryl Clark: he asked them to go to the political comedy "The Campaign" with him Friday night in Duluth. In the film, Will Ferrell stars as a clueless incumbent who faces a clueless challenger (Zach Galifianakis) for a congressional seat.
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Minnesota District 8 DFL primary candidate Jeff Anderson has issued an interesting challenge to his opponents Rick Nolan and Tarryl Clark: he asked them to go to the political comedy "The Campaign" with him Friday night in Duluth. In the film, Will Ferrell stars as a clueless incumbent who faces a clueless challenger (Zach Galifianakis) for a congressional seat.

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