Nolan: He and opponent are poles apart
Attempting a return to Congress more than 30 years after leaving Washington D.C., Brainerd native Rick Nolan said he and his opponent Rep. Chip Cravaack, R-Minn., couldn’t be more different politically.
“He and I are just on opposite poles,” the 1962 Washington High School graduate said at the north Brainerd campaign headquarters for his DFL-endorsed challenge. That polarity was apparent in a late September interview at his headquarters.
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