If successful in gubernatorial bid, Dayton vows he will tax rich to increase education funding
MOORHEAD -- Former U.S. Sen. Mark Dayton brought his gubernatorial campaign to the Red River Valley Friday morning, declaring he wants to raise taxes on the wealthiest Minnesotans in order to improve funding for public education.
Dayton, who's vying for the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party nomination, touted his 35 years of public service experience in state and federal government as the reason why he's the best candidate to lead Minnesota.
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