Candidates for Minnesota governor are making their final campaign push with six days to the election. Democrat Tim Walz visited International Falls, Bemidji and the Moorhead area Tuesday and says his “One Minnesota” message is resonating. “These are folks that understand we have to come together to tackle issues from health care to schools to roads, and… just get something done is what’s really resonating with these people,” Walz says.
Republican Jeff Johnson finished a two-day statewide sweep with stops Tuesday in Marshall, Worthington, Fairmont, Mankato and Austin. He’ll early-vote this morning in Plymouth, then head to Rochester.