That, and more interesting results from Tuesday's elections.
Both candidates had been mired in controversy.
The newspaper says Doug Wardlow and Keith Ellison are too partisan for the office.
The Star Tribune/MPR News poll has the Republican up by 7 points.
The AG candidate's campaign has pushed back, saying the criticism is a smear attempt by the DFL.
The file revealed no allegations of abuse against Keith Ellison, but detailed his ex-wife battle with illness.
The Ellisons tried to block its release, citing privacy concerns.
Noah Johnson will try and direct his supporters to vote for Keith Ellison.
Two media outlets applied for the motion.
The Republican had promised to be non-political in office.
The responses are interesting.
The DFL hired an attorney to look into the allegations against the AG candidate.
The Attorney General candidate has been dogged by the allegation during his campaign.
Star Tribune and Alpha News are both appealing a court to release the file.
Karen Monahan posted the document on Twitter Wednesday.
First it was Ellison, now Wardlow is coming under increasing scrutiny.
He was endorsed by the party on Saturday.
He strongly denies an allegation of domestic abuse, but it's not going away.
Ellison has denied the accusations against him.
A Facebook post by the alleged victim's son identified Ellison on Saturday.
The high-profile Democrat will seek to boost Ellison's run for Attorney General.
The Minnesota congressman was quizzed about his past association with Louis Farrakhan.