Few voters likely to show Tuesday, but candidates hunt those who may vote
ST. PAUL -- Tuesday's primary election could slip by with little notice, but Minnesota's three main Democratic governor candidates are doing what they can to attract potential voters' attention.
Before polls open Tuesday morning, the candidates plan to travel the state and call party faithful, targeting people they think will vote.
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