Who will be on second Dayton ticket? Tuesday press conference set
January 15, 2014 — 9:31am
Gov. Mark Dayton met with his number two Monday afternoon to learn whether she will stick around for a second term.
Before the meeting both Dayton and Lt. Gov. Yvonne Prettner Solon were quiet about their plans.
Forty minutes after their meeting was to begin, a gubernatorial spokesman released an advisory saying she planned to talk to the press at 9 a.m. Tuesday. The release said she would "announce her plans for the future" and little else.
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