Former Democratic senator Dayton first major candidate to file for governor; selects Duluth sen. as running mate
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota governor's race is heating up with the deadline to file for office a week away.
On Monday, former U.S. Sen. Mark Dayton became the first major candidate to file for governor. Rumors about a fellow Democratic candidate's running mate hit the Internet just as Dayton and his running mate, state Sen. Yvonne Prettner Solon of Duluth, were talking to reporters.
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