Minnesota budget geeks will have their day of excitement one month after Election Day.
"Minnesota Management and Budget will release the November budget forecast on December, 5th, 2012," the budget agency said.
On that date, the state will find out if the just elected class of 2013 lawmakers will have to grapple with a deficit, a surplus or some other fiscal muddle.
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