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Election 2006: What does it all mean?
Posted at 4:39 AM on November 8, 2006 by Bill Wareham (2 Comments)
In case you went to bed before the final votes were counted, Gov. Pawlenty survived Mike Hatch's challenge. You probably already know Amy Klobuchar beat
Tim Pawlenty Mark Kennedy. DFLer Tim Walz beat six-term incumbent Gil Gutknecht in the 1st District. And on and on.
All the details are available at our Campaign 2006 site.
But it's not over yet. Our coverage will continue as we try to answer the big question: How will all the change that's in the political air affect our lives. We'll get started on that right away on Morning Edition (Cathy Wurzer is already standing by in the studio as I write this at 4:45 a.m.) and we'll keep at it through the morning on Midmorning and Midday. So stay tuned.
Bill Wareham, two typos:
1. You don't really mean to say that Amy Klobuchar beat Tim Pawlenty do you?
2. "...as I right this at 4:45 a.m."--are you 'righting' a boat or are you 'writing' words?
Sorry, I just don't like typos of any kind (including my own).
Have a nice day.
I stand corrected, not to mention embarassed.
Posted by Bill Wareham | November 8, 2006 11:57 AM