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It will take a different Republican message to score in Minneapolis and give the city something that more nearly represents two-party democracy. That’s been true for a long time. What’s changing is that some Republicans are seeing that the future of two-party democracy in Minnesota is likely to increasingly depend on whether it can be revived in Minneapolis.
Lori Sturdevant is a Star Tribune editorial writer and columnist. She is at email@example.com.
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