Posted at 6:51 AM on November 1, 2010
by Tom Scheck
Filed under: Daily Digest
It's the final day before the 2010 election and the three major party candidates for governor will make a mad dash across the state. Democrat Mark Dayton will do a statewide fly around with the other DFL candidates on the ballot.
Republican Tom Emmer will hit 19 cities in 25 hours.
IP candidate Tom Horner will hit the road on a bus tour of several portions of the state.
Last night, the three candidates took part in the final debate of the year.
The debate will be rebroadcast on MPR's Midday today.
The last public poll shows Dayton up three points but the pollster at Public Policy Polling says turnout will make the difference.
On Saturday, Republican governors from New Jersey, Mississippi and Minnesota held a rally in Blaine for Emmer. You can listen to Emmer's speech and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's speech here.
Dayton attended several smaller GOTV events around the Twin Cities. You can listen to one of his speeches here.
IP candidate Tom Horner spoke at Minnesota's version of the "Rally to Restore Sanity" at the State Capitol.
2010 Race for Congress
MPR takes a final look at the race in Minnesota's 1st Congressional District.
A KSTP-TV Survey USA poll shows DFL Rep. Jim Oberstar with a one percentage point lead over Republican Chip Cravaack. MPR took a look at the race on Friday and found Oberstar is in the toughest contest of his political career.
Pawlenty for Prez Watch
Gov. Pawlenty hits the road with Emmer today.
On Sunday, he campaigned in Iowa.
It's Election Day on Tuesday so there won't be a Digest.