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Well,

I am very happy to have completed the 2010 Maine Gubernatorial Election. Now I am looking to do Minnesota 2010. I am hoping that this scenario can be something that everyone contributes to. Here is what I need from you:

Interviewers

-----> Stance

-----> Visibilty

-----> Contentiousness

Issues

Political Units

-----> Map

-----> Counties with Cities

-----> Seats for each county

-----> Population and voter registration

-----> Regional percentages for political parties

Parties

-----> Platform

-----> Delegates

Events

Endorsers

Activities

That is going to be a lot! Here are the candidates I am going to put in it.

Democratic Farmer Labor

St. Sen. Thomas "Tom" M. Bakk

Sen. Mark B. Dayton

County Attorney Susan Gaertner

St. Rep. Paul Thissen

Mayor Chris Coleman

Auditor Judith H. "Judi" Dutcher

St. Rep. Matthew "Matt" Entenza

Speaker of the House Margaret Anderson Kelliher

St. Sen. John J. Marty

St. Rep. Doug Peterson

St. Rep. Thomas "Tom" Rukavina

Mayor R. T. Rybak

Oloveuse S. "Ole" Savior

Auditor Rebecca Otto

St. Rep. Cy Thao

St. Sen. Mee Moua

Republican

Gov. Tim Pawlenty

Assistant Minority Leader Laura Brod

Rep. James "Jim" Ramstad

St. Sen. Julie A. Rosen

St. Rep. Marty Seifert

St. Rep. Steven A. "Steve" Sviggum

St. Rep. Charlie Weaver, Jr.

Lt. Gov. Carol L. Molnau

Secretary of State Mary E. Kiffmeyer

Minnesota Independence

Gov. Jesse Ventura

Sen. Dean M. Barkley

William Paul "Bill" Dahn

Pamela Joy Ellison

Peter Hutchinson

Rep. Timothy J. "Tim" Penny

Jack Uldrich

Green

Peter H. Roess

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thanx matty

also give me nevada, maine and vermont for governors and alaska senate when they are ready

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i really enjoyed america decides

Why are you giving me your email address? I have nothing done for this scenario.

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oh its for when you finish it. and the other scenarios

Also I am from Nevada so if you need any help on that Nevada scenario i can help you

I posted all of my scenarios. Please check that. Also, don't ask for scenarios that are not even close to beta testing.

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Here are some endorsers for you:

Democratic-Farmer-Labor:

Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Mayor R.T. Ryback

Mayor Chris Coleman

Congressman Tim Waltz

Congresswoman Betty McCollum

Congressman Keith Ellison

Congressman Collin Peterson

Congressman Jim Oberstar

State Senator LeRoy A. Stumpf

State Senator Rod Skoe

State Senator Tom Saxhaug

State Senator Mary Olson

State Senator David J. Tomassoni

State Senator Thomas M. Bakk

State Senator Yvonne Prettner Solon

State Senator Tony Lourey

State Senator Keith Langseth

State Senator Dan Skogen

State Senator Tarryl Clark

State Senator Lisa Fobbe

State Senator Rick Olseen

State Senator Gary W. Kubly

State Senator Jim Vickerman

State Senator Kathleen J. Sheran

State Senator Kevin Dahle

State Senator Dan Sparks

State Senator Steve Murphy

State Senator Ann Lynch

State Senator Sharon L. Erickson Ropes

State Senator Jim Carlson

State Senator James Metzen

State Senator John P. Doll

State Senator Terri Bonoff

State Senator Ron Latz

State Senator Ann H. Rest

State Senator Linda Scheid

State Senator Leo T. Foley

State Senator Satveer Chaudhary

State Senator Don Betzold

State Senator Sandy Rummel

State Senator John Marty

State Senator Charles W. Wiger

State Senator Kathy L. Saltzman

State Senator Katie Sieben

State Senator Linda Higgins

State Senator Lawrence Pogemiller

State Senator D. Scott Dibble

State Senator Linda Berglin

State Senator Patricia Torres Ray

State Senator Ken Kelash

State Senator Richard J. Cohen

State Senator Sandra L. Pappas

State Senator Ellen R. Anderson

State Senator Mee Moua

Republican:

Congressman John Kline

Congressman Erik Paulsen

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann

State Senator Bill Ingebrigtsen

State Senator Paul Koering

State Senator Joseph R. Gimse

State Senator Michelle L. Fischbach

State Senator Steve Dille

State Senator Amy T. Koch

State Senator Dennis R. Frederickson

State Senator Julie A. Rosen

State Senator Dick Day

State Senator David H. Senjem

State Senator Warren Limmer

State Senator Gen Olson

State Senator Julianne E. Ortman

State Senator Claire A. Robling

State Senator Pat Pariseau

State Senator Chris Gerlach

State Senator Geoff Michel

State Senator David Hann

State Senator Michael J. Jungbauer

State Senator Debbie J. Johnson

State Senator Ray Vandeveer

Newspapers (I've put the locations next to the newspaper names):

Star Tribune - Minneapolis-St. Paul

St. Paul Pioneer Press - St. Paul

Duluth News Tribune - Duluth

Albert Lea Tribune - Albert Lea

Austin Daily Herald - Austin

Brainerd Dispatch - Brainerd

Sentinel - Fairmont

Faribault Daily News - Fairbault

The Daily Journal - Fergus Falls

The Free Press - Mankato

Finance and Commerce - Minneapolis-St. Paul

Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder - Minneapolis-St. Paul

The Journal – New Ulm

Owatonna People's Press – Owatonna

Red Wing Republican Eagle – Red Wing

Post-Bulletin – Rochester

St. Cloud Times – St. Cloud

Mesabi Daily News – Virginia

Winona Daily News - Winona

Daily Globe – Worthington

Also where is the forum you posted that lists all of your scenarios? I haven't been able to find it and I enjoy playing your scenarios.

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Any chance, you'd consider holding off finishing the scenario until this year's senate race is resolved?

If Franken wins, in my mind, Norm Coleman becomes a strong favorite to run for governor. Plus, Franken would be an added Democratic endorser.

Of course, if Coleman wins, he becomes a Republican endorser, as well.

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thanx matty

also give me nevada, maine and vermont for governors and alaska senate when they are ready

XXAGcupofnoodle_no11xX@hotmail.com

i really enjoyed america decides

a_tilsley@yahoo.com

As noted on the quote above, I too would like those Scenarios when they're completed.

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a_tilsley@yahoo.com

As noted on the quote above, I too would like those Scenarios when they're completed.

I can now say that you will not be receiving my scenarios. I have asked you all not to ask for scenarios until I have released them.

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I can now say that you will not be receiving my scenarios. I have asked you all not to ask for scenarios until I have released them.

My mistake, I didn't see the thread from awhile ago saying not to ask you for any scenarios. Maybe I should pay more attention next time.

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I will have a full list of counties, percentages and voters soon

NYC, I thought I should help you out if you don't mind. Here are all 87 counties in Minnesota

Aitkin

Anoka

Becker

Beltrami

Benton

Big Stone

Blue Earth

Brown

Carlton

Carver

Cass

Chippewa

Chisago

Clay

Clearwater

Cook

Cottonwood

Crow Wing

Dakota

Dodge

Douglas

Faribault

Fillmore

Freeborn

Goodhue

Grant

Hennepin (City:Minneapolis)

Houston

Hubbard

Isanti

Itasca

Jackson

Kanabec

Kandiyohi

Kittson

Koochiching

Lac qui Parle

Lake

Lake of the Woods

Le Sueur

Lincoln

Lyon

Mahnomen

Marshall

Martin

McLeod

Meeker

Mille Lacs

Morrison

Mower

Murray

Nicollet

Nobles

Norman

Olmsted

Otter Tail

Pennington

Pine

Pipestone

Polk

Pope

Ramsey (City:St. Paul)

Red Lake

Redwood

Renville

Rice

Rock

Roseau

Scott

Sherburne

Sibley

St. Louis

Stearns

Steele

Stevens

Swift

Todd

Traverse

Wabasha

Wadena

Waseca

Washington

Watonwan

Wilkin

Winona

Wright

Yellow Medicine

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Here is the completed list of counties, pop, reg. voters, cities and percentages. Also the first city is the county's captial city.

Aitkin County

Pop: 15,301

Reg. Voters: 10,476

Cities: Aitkin, Palisade, Tamarack

Percentages: Dems - 42%, Reps - 39%, Ind – 19%

Anoka County

Pop: 327,005

Reg. Voters: 189,133

Cities: Anoka, Coon Rapids, Columbia Heights

Percentages: Dems - 37%, Reps - 46%, Ind - 17%

Becker County

Pop: 30,000

Reg. Voters: 19,271

Cities: Detroit Lakes, Audubon, Callaway

Percentages: Dems - 36%, Reps - 50%, Ind - 13%

Beltrami County

Pop: 39,650

Reg. Voters: 25,237

Cities: Bemidji, Tenstrike, Turtle River

Percentages: Dems - 46%, Reps - 43%, Ind - 10%

Benton County

Pop: 34,226

Reg. Voters: 21,500

Cities: Foley, Sauk Rapids, Gilman

Percentages: Dems - 34%, Reps - 44%, Ind - 21%

Big Stone County

Pop: 5,820

Reg. Voters: 3,614

Cities: Ortonville, Beardsley, Correll

Percentages: Dems - 43%, Reps - 41%, Ind - 16%

Blue Earth County

Pop: 55,941

Reg. Voters: 38,809

Cities: Mankato, Pemberton, Lake Crystal

Percentages: Dems - 42%, Reps - 39%, Ind - 18%

Brown County

Pop: 26,911

Reg. Voters: 15,548

Cities: New Ulm, Sleepy Eye, Hanska

Percentages: Dems - 33%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 20%

Carlton County

Pop: 31,671

Reg. Voters: 19,944

Cities: Carlton, Cloquet, Scanlon

Percentages: Dems - 52%, Reps - 33%, Ind - 14%

Carver County

Pop: 70,205

Reg. Voters: 53,049

Cities: Chaska, Chanhassen, Cologne

Percentages: Dems - 29%, Reps - 55%, Ind - 16%

Cass County

Pop: 27,150

Reg. Voters: 18,565

Cities: Walker, Backus, Remer

Percentages: Dems - 36%, Reps - 48%, Ind - 16%

Chippewa County

Pop: 13,088

Reg. Voters: 7,335

Cities: Montevideo, Milan, Watson

Percentages: Dems - 41%, Reps - 38%, Ind - 20%

Chisago County

Pop: 41,101

Reg. Voters: 31,225

Cities: Center City, North Branch, Shafer

Percentages: Dems - 34%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 18%

Clay County

Pop: 51,229

Reg. Voters: 31,736

Cities: Moorhead, Glyndon, Hawley

Percentages: Dems - 42%, Reps - 45%, Ind - 12%

Clearwater County

Pop: 8,423

Reg. Voters: 5,133

Cities: Bagley, Shevlin, Clearbrook

Percentages: Dems - 38%, Reps - 50%, Ind - 11%

Cook County

Pop: 5,168

Reg. Voters: 3,560

Cities: Grand Marais, Lutsen, Tofte

Percentages: Dems - 49%, Reps - 36%, Ind - 14%

Cottonwood County

Pop: 12,167

Reg. Voters: 6,835

Cities: Windom, Westbrook, Storden

Percentages: Dems - 35%, Reps - 46%, Ind - 18%

Crow Wing County

Pop: 55,099

Reg. Voters: 38,314

Cities: Brainerd, Fort Ripley, Riverton

Percentages: Dems - 37%, Reps - 46%, Ind - 16%

Dakota County

Pop: 388,001

Reg. Voters: 241,265

Cities: Hastings, Eagan, Farmington

Percentages: Dems - 38%, Reps - 46%, Ind - 15%

Dodge County

Pop: 17,731

Reg. Voters: 11,132

Cities: Mantorville, Kasson, Hayfield

Percentages: Dems - 33%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 18%

Douglas County

Pop: 32,821

Reg. Voters: 23,867

Cities: Alexandria, Forada, Miltona

Percentages: Dems - 33%, Reps - 49%, Ind - 18%

Faribault County

Pop: 16,181

Reg. Voters: 9,385

Cities: Blue Earth, Frost, Delavan

Percentages: Dems - 36%, Reps - 44%, Ind - 19%

Fillmore County

Pop: 21,122

Reg. Voters: 13,531

Cities: Preston, Spring Valley, Fountain

Percentages: Dems - 42%, Reps - 43%, Ind - 14%

Freeborn County

Pop: 32,584

Reg. Voters: 19,374

Cities: Albert Lea, Hollandale, Emmons

Percentages: Dems - Emmons, Reps - 38%, Ind - 17%

Goodhue County

Pop: 44,127

Reg. Voters: 28,683

Cities: Red Wing, Cannon Falls, Wanamingo

Percentages: Dems - 36%, Reps - 44%, Ind - 20%

Grant County

Pop: 6,289

Reg. Voters: 4,247

Cities: Elbow Lake, Ashby, Norcross

Percentages: Dems - 41%, Reps - 41%, Ind - 18%

Hennepin County

Pop: 1,122,093

Reg. Voters: 722,656

Cities: Minneapolis, Eden Prairie, Deephaven

Percentages: Dems - 50%, Reps - 36%, Ind - 13%

Houston County

Pop: 19,718

Reg. Voters: 12,359

Cities: Caledonia, La Crescent, Caledonia

Percentages: Dems - 43%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 9%

Hubbard County

Pop: 18,376

Reg. Voters: 13,007

Cities: Park Rapids, Nevis, Akeley

Percentages: Dems - 35%, Reps - 50%, Ind - 15%

Isanti County

Pop: 31,287

Reg. Voters: 21,325

Cities: Cambridge, Isanti, Braham

Percentages: Dems - 33%, Reps - 48%, Ind - 18%

Itasca County

Pop: 43,992

Reg. Voters: 26,958

Cities: Grand Rapids, Marble, Bovey

Percentages: Dems - 48%, Reps - 38%, Ind - 13%

Jackson County

Pop: 11,268

Reg. Voters: 6,491

Cities: Jackson, Okabena, Wilder

Percentages: Dems - 38%, Reps - 44%, Ind - 17%

Kanabec County

Pop: 14,996

Reg. Voters: 9,116

Cities: Mora, Ogilvie, Grasston

Percentages: Dems - 35%, Reps - 44%, Ind - 19%

Kandiyohi County

Pop: 41,203

Reg. Voters: 24,718

Cities: Willmar, Prinsburg, Lake Lillian

Percentages: Dems - 37%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 16%

Kittson County

Pop: 4,691

Reg. Voters: 2,949

Cities: Hallock, Karlstad, Lancaster

Percentages: Dems - 46%, Reps - 42%, Ind - 11%

Koochiching County

Pop: 14,355

Reg. Voters: 7,669

Cities: International Falls, Mizpah, Littlefork

Percentages: Dems - 46%, Reps - 42%, Ind - 11%

Lac qui Parle County

Pop: 8,067

Reg. Voters: 4,798

Cities: Madison, Marietta, Dawson

Percentages: Dems - 42%, Reps - 39%, Ind - 19%

Lake County

Pop: 11,058

Reg. Voters: 7,697

Cities: Two Harbors, Silver Bay, Beaver Bay

Percentages: Dems - 52%, Reps - 35%, Ind - 13%

Lake of the Woods County

Pop: 4,522

Reg. Voters: 2,803

Cities: Baudette, Williams, Baudette

Percentages: Dems - 34%, Reps - 53%, Ind - 11%

Le Sueur County

Pop: 25,426

Reg. Voters: 16,384

Cities: Le Center, New Prague, Montgomery

Percentages: Dems - 35%, Reps - 42%, Ind - 22%

Lincoln County

Pop: 6,429

Reg. Voters: 3,817

Cities: Ivanhoe, Tyler, Hendricks

Percentages: Dems - 41%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 11%

Lyon County

Pop: 25,425

Reg. Voters: 14,850

Cities: Marshall, Russell, Lynd

Percentages: Dems - 35%, Reps - 48%, Ind - 16%

McLeod County

Pop: 34,898

Reg. Voters: 21,003

Cities: Glencoe, Hutchinson, Biscay

Percentages: Dems - 29%, Reps - 48%, Ind - 22%

Mahnomen County

Pop: 5,190

Reg. Voters: 3,046

Cities: Mahnomen, Bejou, Waubun

Percentages: Dems - 49%, Reps - 37%, Ind - 13%

Marshall County

Pop: 10,155

Reg. Voters: 5,445

Cities: Warren, Oslo, Argyle

Percentages: Dems - 37%, Reps - 49%, Ind - 13%

Martin County

Pop: 21,802

Reg. Voters: 13,136

Cities: Fairmont, Northrop, Truman

Percentages: Dems - 34%, Reps - 48%, Ind - 17%

Meeker County

Pop: 22,644

Reg. Voters: 14,160

Cities: Litchfield, Cedar Mills, Grove City

Percentages: Dems - 31%, Reps - 46%, Ind - 22%

Mille Lacs County

Pop: 22,330

Reg. Voters: 14,650

Cities: Milaca, Princeton, Foreston

Percentages: Dems - 36%, Reps - 43%, Ind - 20%

Morrison County

Pop: 31,712

Reg. Voters: 18,978

Cities: Little Falls, Lastrup, Harding

Percentages: Dems - 33%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 20%

Mower County

Pop: 38,603

Reg. Voters: 21,889

Cities: Austin, Dexter, Rose Creek

Percentages: Dems - 48%, Reps -36% , Ind - 15%

Murray County

Pop: 9,165

Reg. Voters: 5,436

Cities: Slayton, Dovray, Avoca

Percentages: Dems - 39%, Reps - 49%, Ind - 12%

Nicollet County

Pop: 29,771

Reg. Voters: 20,109

Cities: St. Peter, North Mankato, Courtland

Percentages: Dems - 41%, Reps - 40%, Ind - 18%

Nobles County

Pop: 20,832

Reg. Voters: 10,257

Cities: Worthington, Kinbrae, Brewster

Percentages: Dems - 41%, Reps - 48%, Ind - 11%

Norman County

Pop: 7,442

Reg. Voters: 3,988

Cities: Ada, Hendrum, Twin Valley

Percentages: Dems - 46%, Reps - 39%, Ind - 14%

Olmsted County

Pop: 124,277

Reg. Voters: 85,316

Cities: Rochester, Oronoco, Byron

Percentages: Dems - 38%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 14%

Otter Tail County

Pop: 57,159

Reg. Voters: 35,714

Cities: Fergus Falls, Deer Creek, Clitherall

Percentages: Dems - 33%, Reps - 53%, Ind - 13%

Pennington County

Pop: 13,584

Reg. Voters: 7,415

Cities: Thief River Falls, Goodridge, St. Hilaire

Percentages: Dems - 39%, Reps - 48%, Ind - 12%

Pine County

Pop: 26,530

Reg. Voters: 16,504

Cities: Pine City, Hinckley, Bruno

Percentages: Dems - 42%, Reps - 40%, Ind - 18%

Pipestone County

Pop: 9,895

Reg. Voters: 5,544

Cities: Pipestone, Holland, Edgerton

Percentages: Dems - 56%, Reps - 35%, Ind - 8%

Polk County

Pop: 30,708

Reg. Voters: 17,041

Cities: Crookston, East Grand Forks, McIntosh

Percentages: Dems - 39%, Reps - 49%, Ind - 11%

Pope County

Pop: 11,236

Reg. Voters: 7,356

Cities: Glenwood, Long Beach, Westport

Percentages: Dems - 39%, Reps - 42%, Ind - 18%

Ramsey County

Pop: 511,035

Reg. Voters: 316,983

Cities: St. Paul, Maplewood, North Oaks

Percentages: Dems - 52%, Reps - 34%, Ind - 13%

Red Lake County

Pop: 4,299

Reg. Voters: 2,499

Cities: Red Lake Falls, Brooks, Oklee

Percentages: Dems - 39%, Reps - 45%, Ind - 14%

Redwood County

Pop: 16,815

Reg. Voters: 9,302

Cities: Redwood Falls, Walnut Grove, Seaforth

Percentages: Dems - 32%, Reps - 47%, Ind - 20%

Renville County

Pop: 17,154

Reg. Voters: 9,417

Cities: Buffalo Lake, Morton, Danube

Percentages: Dems - 36%, Reps - 40%, Ind - 23%

Rice County

Pop: 56,665

Reg. Voters: 36,626

Cities: Faribault, Morristown, Dundas

Percentages: Dems - 44%, Reps - 38%, Ind - 17%

Rock County

Pop: 9,721

Reg. Voters: 5,720

Cities: Luverne, Hardwick, Magnolia

Percentages: Dems - 36%, Reps - 54%, Ind - 9%

Roseau County

Pop: 16,338

Reg. Voters: 8,760

Cities: Roseau, Strathcona, Greenbush

Percentages: Dems - 32%, Reps - 57%, Ind - 10%

Scott County

Pop: 89,498

Reg. Voters: 71,686

Cities: Shakopee, Belle Plaine, Prior Lake

Percentages: Dems - 31%, Reps - 51%, Ind - 18%

Sherburne County

Pop: 64,417

Reg. Voters: 47,390

Cities: Elk River, Clear Lake, Becker

Percentages: Dems - 30%, Reps - 51%, Ind - 18%

Sibley County

Pop: 15,356

Reg. Voters: 8,708

Cities: Gaylord, New Auburn, Henderson

Percentages: Dems - 28%, Reps - 45%, Ind - 26%

St. Louis County

Pop: 200,528

Reg. Voters: 134,798

Cities: Duluth, Hibbing, Chisholm

Percentages: Dems - 55%, Reps - 33%, Ind - 12%

Stearns County

Pop: 144,096

Reg. Voters: 87,233

Cities: St. Cloud, Freeport, St. Augusta

Percentages: Dems - 34%, Reps - 46%, Ind - 19%

Steele County

Pop: 33,680

Reg. Voters: 21,396

Cities: Owatonna, Ellendale, Medford

Percentages: Dems - 34%, Reps - 44%, Ind - 21%

Stevens County

Pop: 10,053

Reg. Voters: 6,641

Cities: Morris, Donnelly, Chokio

Percentages: Dems - 40%, Reps - 45%, Ind - 14%

Swift County

Pop: 11,956

Reg. Voters: 5,805

Cities: Benson, Murdock, Kerkhoven

Percentages: Dems - 44%, Reps - 36%, Ind - 19%

Todd County

Pop: 24,426

Reg. Voters: 13,963

Cities: Long Prairie, Staples, Burtrum

Percentages: Dems - 34%, Reps - 46%, Ind - 19%

Traverse County

Pop: 4,134

Reg. Voters: 2,376

Cities: Wheaton, Tintah, Dumont

Percentages: Dems - 39%, Reps - 41%, Ind - 19%

Wabasha County

Pop: 21,610

Reg. Voters: 13,377

Cities: Wabasha, Lake City, Hammond

Percentages: Dems - 38%, Reps - 42%, Ind - 19%

Wadena County

Pop: 13,713

Reg. Voters: 7,840

Cities: Wadena, Menahga, Verndale

Percentages: Dems - 32%, Reps - 52%, Ind - 15%

Waseca County

Pop: 19,526

Reg. Voters: 10,757

Cities: Waseca, Waldorf, Janesville

Percentages: Dems - 33%, Reps - 43%, Ind - 23%

Washington County

Pop: 201,130

Reg. Voters: 147,295

Cities: Stillwater, Woodbury, Bayport

Percentages: Dems - 37%, Reps - 47, Ind - 15%

Watonwan County

Pop: 11,876

Reg. Voters: 6,042

Cities: St. James, La Salle, Madelia

Percentages: Dems - 39%, Reps - 40%, Ind - 20%

Wilkin County

Pop: 7,138

Reg. Voters: 4,034

Cities: Breckenridge, Kent, Tenney

Percentages: Dems - 32%, Reps - 54%, Ind - 13%

Winona County

Pop: 49,985

Reg. Voters: 30,928

Cities: Winona, Dakota, Stockton

Percentages: Dems - 47%, Reps - 42%, Ind - 10%

Wright County

Pop: 89,986

Reg. Voters: 67,907

Cities: Buffalo, St. Michael, Annandale

Percentages: Dems - 29%, Reps - 51%, Ind - 20%

Yellow Medicine County

Pop: 11,080

Reg. Voters: 6,299

Cities: Granite Falls, Hanley Falls, Echo

Percentages: Dems - 39%, Reps - 42% , Ind - 19%

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I appreciate the help. I am compiling a comprehensive list of the counties, cities, pop., reg. voters and percentages and I'm almost done with it. If you can allocate the seats for each county that would be so helpful.

NYCDEMS, I don't know exactly how the seats are really allocated having made a few scenarios for myself to goof off with..I just took a wild guess. Anyway, I did look at the map of counties in Minnesota, and the lower populated counties are pretty self explanatory..smaller area, smaller seats etc.

Bear with me with this..Now the Twin Cities should be their own region (probably Duluth and Rochester as well since they're also large cities..but whatever is good)

Again, I'm not sure how many seats exactly should be allocated, my suggestion is Minneapolis should have more seats, and maybe St. Paul should be a 1/3 or 1/2 the amount.

You can count on not getting this scenario.

Wow..good thing I didn't post my email address..I'm looking forward to this scenario. If you need any help, feel free to ask.

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If you need help with constructing this scenario, I'd be more than willing to put together the issues and put all the demographic info into the map, if you even have a map. If you'd like me to help out then just send what you have so far to me, with a map of course, and then when I've finished I'll send it back to you.

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If you need help with constructing this scenario, I'd be more than willing to put together the issues and put all the demographic info into the map, if you even have a map. If you'd like me to help out then just send what you have so far to me, with a map of course, and then when I've finished I'll send it back to you.

I have a map completed so PM me your email address and I'll send you the map.

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