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The Democratic leader says gay marriage is not just an "East Coast/West Coast phenomenon." Minnesota state is set to become the 12th state to legalize gay marriage.

Former senator Norm Coleman says he won't run, and the bench behind him leaves something to be desired.

Most demographic groups have been shifting toward supporting gay marriage in recent years, but the most important shift may be among black and Hispanic voters.

Mitt Romney's campaign and its allies have now launched ads in four blue-leaning states with less than a week to go in the 2012 election.

A new poll shows the race within the margin of error, and Obama's campaign is spending half a million dollars in the Twin Cities media market.

The poll is the first nonpartisan survey to show Romney within the margin of error in Minnesota, where both sides are now on the air.

The Democrat is running for a return to Congress against freshman Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-Minn.). He will join the Fix’s Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan for a Google+ Hangout at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday.