Well-known Dayton takes narrow governor lead
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota voters gave a liberal they know a governor's race lead late Tuesday, but no one was declaring victory.
Mark Dayton, a well-known liberal with a long record in office, received 47 percent of the vote with 42 percent of Minnesota precincts reporting, unofficial secretary of state returns showed. Tom Emmer, a conservative new to statewide politics, had 40 percent.
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