Which two Minnesotans made the list of craziest candidates in the country?

Hint #1: They're running against each other in Tuesday's primary. Hint #2: Did dinosaurs pop pills?
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Hint #1: They're running against each other in Tuesday's primary. Hint #2: Did dinosaurs pop pills?

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