Star Tribune reporter Anthony Lonetree sends this update from St. Paul.
At the University Club in St. Paul, Rob Hahn arrived about 8:25 p.m. and took a seat at a corner table in the University Grill Bar with running mate Thomas Harens and a friend.
To a reporter and photographer who were waiting, Hahn promised a low-key event. "Vote? Did you vote?" he said when the waitress approached. She had not, she replied. For now, Hahn said, he'd drink a Diet Coke. As for anything stronger, he said: "We'll wait 'til the returns come in." Harens went with a Diet Coke, too.
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