New Minn. legislative maps pair 46 incumbents
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota's new legislative district maps pit 46 incumbents against each other and create 23 open seats.
The new House district maps released Tuesday pair 30 incumbents against each other and create 15 open seats. The new maps also pit 16 Senate incumbents against each other and create eight open Senate seats.
The House gets six districts with two incumbent Republicans, six with two incumbent Democrats, plus three Democrat-versus-Republican pairings.
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