Lt. governor candidate: Minnesota needs to address its '$6 billion problem'
Minnesota voters have voiced a "real frustration" with a lack of state government effectiveness in recent years, a candidate for lieutenant governor told the Grand Forks Herald.
Jim Mulder stopped in Grand Forks today, part of his travels around northwestern Minnesota to speak with local leaders and reporters, to discuss how he and Independence Party gubernatorial candidate Tom Horner would address the state's biggest issues.
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