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by Jim Boyle Elk River Star News Eric Lucero, the Republican-endorsed candidate for Minnesota House District 30B, has fended off a GOP challenge by Kevin Kasel in Tuesday’s primary election. With all eight precincts reporting, Lucero won with 1,363 votes over Kevin Kasel’s 767 votes. “The key to our success has been the incredible hard [...]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   As of press time, the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 12, the following people have filed Affidavits of Candidacy in the following races in the cities of Champlin and Dayton for the upcoming Nov. 4th General Election.   Champlin In Champlin, there are three positions on the city council [...]

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Hennepin County Sheriff”s Office Deputy and Wright County resident Stacy Braun will challenge incumbent Sheriff Joe Hagerty in the Nov. 4 general election. According to unofficial results posted on the Minnesota Secretary of State website, with all of Wright County’s 43 precincts reporting Tuesday night shortly after 11 p.m., Hagerty received 4,727 votes (74.34) percent [...]

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Dayton City Councilor and Republican-endorsed Eric Lucero handily received the nod for the Dist. 30B House Republican nomination, doubling up challenger and St. Michael City Councilor Kevin Kasel. With all precincts reporting, Lucero received 1,363 votes to Kasel’s 767, representing a 64 percent win total. Lucero will now look to replace Rep. David FitzSimmons in [...]

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  by Aaron Brom Crow River News One-time hopeful governor Tom Emmer is now looking very hopeful for Congress as he soundly defeated Anoka County Board of Commissioners Chairperson Rhonda Sivarajah in the race for the 6th District Republican nomination. After four terms, Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is not running for re-election to the U.S. House of [...]

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Minnesota’S 2014 primary election is now history. Several local races, for Congress, House and Sheriff, along with the state’s constitutional officers and U.S. Senate were on the Aug. 12 ballot. In the 6th Congressional District, two Republicans were seeking a spot on the Nov. 4 ballot. Michele Bachmann did not seek re-election, leaving that post open. Tom [...]

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Today, August 12, is the primary elections. Find out what races are on the ballot, learn about the candidates, and find your polling place with our election section. And stay with us through the evening as we report on results as they come in. Visit the ELECTION SITE now!

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