The three major party candidates for governor will travel to Greater Minnesota on Friday.
Republican Tom Emmer starts his day off by speaking to the Chamber of Commerce in Eden Prairie. He'll then head hold campaign rallies in Fergus Falls, Moorhead, Detroit Lakes and Park Rapids.
Democrat Mark Dayton will spend the day in Duluth. He's scheduled to speak before the Minnesota Association of Professional Employees 2010 Conference at 4pm.
The Independence Party's Tom Horner will also be in Duluth Friday morning. He's scheduled to be on KDAL Radio at 6:20AM and is scheduled to meet with officials in the Minnesota Forest Products industry and will also greet attendees at the Duluth Rotary Club.
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