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8TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

The Republican congressman is the first to opt out of participating in the forum's 12-year history.
The two easily defeated their primary challengers.
The Hermantown congressman opposed a pair of bills introduced after mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York.
Minnesota candidates for office faced a Tuesday, May 31, deadline to file. The results firmed up some head-to-head matches, while adding new dynamics to others.
Fifty-seven state lawmakers announced that they would leave their seats due to redistricting, desires to seek another office or for personal reasons. The exits include some of the Capitol's best-known deal makers, opening room for one of the largest crops of new freshman legislators in decades.
School leaders offered condolences and reassurance.

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The Democratic candidate spoke with the News Tribune about newly redrawn district boundaries, taking on Pete Stauber and copper-nickel mining.
U.S. Rep. Pete Stauber was chastised for voting against the infrastructure bill and supporting a petition aimed at invalidating voters and overturning the 2020 election.
The District 7A representative's campaign filed documents with the Federal Election Commission on Friday afternoon.

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