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Jim Mulder, the Independence Party's candidate for Minnesota's lieutenant governor, addresses media Thursday during a stop in Willmar. "We think we have a great chance this fall,'' Mulder said in an interview at Willmar Public Library the day he was selected as Tom Horner's running mate. "We think the public is ready to test drive a couple of independent men who have never been elected. We're not politicians. We're people who care a lot about the state of Minnesota and solving the problems that our state...

Mulder sees chance for 'new vision' for Minn.

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WILLMAR -- Jim Mulder acknowledges he's not a politician. But the Renville native is hoping Minnesota voters will elect him as lieutenant governor and running mate Tom Horner as governor in this fall's general election.

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Horner, the Independence Party-endorsed candidate for governor, announced on Tuesday his selection of Mulder as his choice for lieutenant governor.

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David Little
David Little covers the Willmar City Council, Willmar Municipal Utilities and other city news.
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