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Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie announces that he has referred a case of what he called voter intimidation to prosecutors. Ritchie on Wednesday said a caller told a St. Paul resident that she worked with the secretary of state's office and was questioning why he had two addresses. Ritchie said his office made no such calls. (Don Davis/St. Paul Bureau)

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ST. PAUL - County and federal authorities are looking into a case of what the Minnesota secretary of state calls voter intimidation.

Secretary of State Mark Ritchie on Wednesday announced a St. Paul resident reported receiving a call from someone claiming to be working with his office. The woman told the man she was calling because his voter documentation lists two addresses.

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