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Continued: Dai Thao wins seat on St. Paul City Council

  • Article by: KEVIN DUCHSCHERE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: November 11, 2013 - 11:13 PM

Hoping to cut his ties with street life in the Twin Cities, he went to live with relatives in Montana and wound up studying computer science and military science at Montana State University.

After college, he returned to the Twin Cities and took computer tech positions with Education Minnesota and then the Hmong American Partnership.

Thao raised more money than any other candidate in the race, taking in contributions of nearly $33,000 according to the latest finance report, and also scored more endorsements than everyone but Nix — including backing from St. Paul firefighters, TakeAction Minnesota and the Stonewall DFL.

Kevin Duchschere • 651-925-5035





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