Mayor Chris Coleman announces run for third term

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St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman announces his intentions about seeking a third term as mayor Wednesday, news sources reported.

Coleman will make the announcement at noon at the downtown Pioneer-Endicott Buildings. The location was once home to his father's advertising firm, reported Pioneer Press.

Gov. Mark Dayton even stopped by the event, told MinnPost that he was there to support Coleman both as a governor on his lunch hour, and as a constituent.

No one has officially filed for the mayor's seat which Coleman is widely expect to defend, reported Pioneer Press.

In his remarks, Dayton said that Coleman is held in high regard on Capital Hill in St. Paul and on Capital Hill in Washington, reported MinnPost.

"We'll be better off if he's re-elected," Dayton told the MinnPost.

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