Larry Jacobs

Director of the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance, University of Minnesota

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Professor of Political Science at the University of Minnesota and Director of its Center for the Study of Politics and Governance

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About three million votes were cast in last month's US Senate race in Minnesota, and the  margin  between the candidates is about 200, a difference of a few thousandths of one percent,…

Recall Drags on in Minnesota Senate Race

About three million votes were cast in last month's US Senate race in Minnesota, and the margin between the candidates is about 200, a difference of a few thousandths of one percent,…

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