In the last two elections, the spending in Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District led the nation. This election, because it’s an open seat, with a contested Primary of the seated member, it might not receive great attention. The reason is the need for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) to defend an incumbent is gone. Sure,…

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