Republican candidates spar at MPR debate
The Republican candidates for Minnesota governor came out swinging in a broadcast debate Wednesday, arguing over idealistic visions versus the practical realities of running a divided state government.
First-time candidate Scott Honour said he would make the biggest and boldest cuts in state spending, prompting Hennepin County Commissioner Jeff Johnson to accuse him of making unrealistic campaign promises during the four-man exchange on Minnesota Public Radio.
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