- Voters explain their Senate choices
Campaigns are about candidates, issues, fundraising and strategy. But in the end, it's the voters who will decide the election. Eight voters who have made up their minds about the U.S. Senate race explain who they are supporting and why.11:06 a.m.
Michele Bleskan: Amy Klobuchar supporter from Rochester.
Nancy LaRoche: Mark Kennedy supporter from Crystal.
Marian Brown: Robert Fitzgerald supporter from Apple Valley.
Godan Nambudiripad: Amy Klobuchar supporter from Burnsville.
Bob Quasius: Mark Kennedy supporter from Marshall.
Laura Knudsen: Robert Fitzgerald supporter from Alexandria.
Paul Ryberg: Amy Klobuchar supporter from Lake Elmo.
Michelle Spilde: Mark Kennedy supporter attending Bethel University in Arden Hills.
- Voters make the case for their gubernatorial picks
A recent Minnesota Public Radio/Pioneer Press poll suggests that only 7 percent of Minnesota voters haven't decided who they want to put in the governor's office for the next four years. That means 93 percent have made up their minds. Eight of those decided voters explain their decisions.12:06 p.m.
Carol Rupar: Tim Pawlenty supporter from Sauk Rapids.
Sara Barrow: Mike Hatch supporter from Minneapolis.
Robert Rossi: Peter Hutchinson supporter from Minneapolis.
Brian Amundsen: Tim Pawlenty supporter from Mounds View.
Ric Studer: Mike Hatch supporter from St. Cloud.
Larry Justin: Peter Hutchinson supporter from New Brighton.
Tim O'Brien: Mike Hatch supporter from Edina.
Judy Blaseg: Tim Pawlenty supporter from Minneapolis.
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