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MN: 2010 Gov Primaries (Rasmussen 10/11)


Rasmussen
10/11/10; 331 likely Democratic primary voters, 5% margin of error
301 likely Republican primary voters, 6% margin of error
Mode: Automated phone
(Rasmussen release)

Minnesota

2010 Governor: Democratic Primary
34% Mark Dayton, 25% R.T. Rybak, 12% Margaret Anderson Kelliher, 5% Matt Entenza (trend)

2010 Governor: Republican Primary
52% Norm Coleman, 9% Tom Emmer, 9% Marty Seifert, 5% Pat Anderson (trend)

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

Democrats would really be in trouble if Norm Coleman could win the governor's race. I think he may be the second biggest drama king in MN besides from Brett Favre. He'll try to win votes by making people feel sorry for him.

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Xenobion:

I'm surprised if Norm Coleman runs. The guy is like a 5 time loser/whiner. Maybe a sympathy win since everyone that's ever beat him has moved on in their careers.

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Stillow:

If Coleman runs, he needs to buy a new car. Ya know, one of those cars that come with extra votes i nthe trunk!!!

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Thaddeus:

Really Stillow, he lost fair and square,close, but fair and square. It would be interesting here if he runs.

I don't think many independents like that he stalled for so long. He'd get lots of outside money, against not a clear Dem. Although no MN giv has had to get more than 43% of the vote to win in the last 3 cycles.

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Field Marshal:

Whose definition of fair and square are you using? Looks like its the liberal definition whereby you recount and "find" votes for the Dem candidate and then as soon as the dem candidate is ahead, stop the recount and declare a winner.

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Thaddeus:

Those dang republican appointed activist judges, carrying the liberal elite agenda screwing Coleman. Even he admits it was fair, although maybe he just says that to not make voters even more upset.

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Stillow:

Beats me if it was fair or not....I just thought it was funny.
Darn it, I los ton election night, but they, look, there's some votes behind that door, there's some more in that closet.....that guy has some in his trunk.........

Who said libs don't have a sense of humor?

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LordMike:

"Whose definition of fair and square are you using? Looks like its the liberal definition whereby you recount and "find" votes for the Dem candidate and then as soon as the dem candidate is ahead, stop the recount and declare a winner."

Oh, please... Unlike Florida, the entire recount process was on TV for everyone to see. If there was anything shady, it would have been noted.

BTW, I think Norm Coleman did win the "Lizard People" vote...

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Thaddeus:

Interesting thing about the recount, is that all that and more happens in a normal election, they normally just throw them out and nobody knows that their vote was never counted.

I was interesting to watch people sit on the stand and say, "I don't care if the person had a stroke. To me the signature does not match and the vote shouldn't count."

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