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Nolan hits Cravaack on family's move out of Minnesota

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Democrat Rick Nolan is shifting gears in Minnesota's most hotly contested congressional race with a new TV ad that questions GOP Rep. Chip Cravaack's ties to the state.

In the ad, Nolan looks into the camera and says, "He's not from here and he doesn't live here anymore." The ad began airing in Duluth and the Twin Cities over the weekend.

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