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Amendments, not candidates, top Minn. ticket

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Democrats hoped to extend their long dominance of presidential politics in Minnesota on Tuesday despite a late surge showing the race tightening. Meanwhile, the state's voters cast ballots on two proposals to significantly rewrite the state's constitution.

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