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by PRINCESS AWA-ADA KISOB

Minnesota's gubernational race is at its peak and many college students at the University of Minnesota Duluth and the College of St. Scholastica don't know who to vote for or why.

Education top concern of Wal-Mart shoppers

By ANNELYSE HARRISON

DULUTH, Minn. - While shopping in Wal-Mart last week, Duluth residents expressed that education ranks highest among important issues being addressed in the upcoming Minnesota governor election.


By JILLIAN SORCAN

DULUTH, Minn. - Election day is approaching and college students on Duluth campuses may not be certain whom they will cast their gubernatorial vote for yet, but they're certain that higher education is important to them.

By OLIVIA KING

While getting their caffeine fix at Caribou Coffee in downtown Duluth, many residents had strong opinions on who to vote for, and on issues such as funding for schools, gay rights, and how they relate to the upcoming gubernatorial election.

By AMY BERG

DULUTH, Minn. - The majority of people interviewed at the SuperOne grocery store at The Plaza on Oct. 8 did not know who was running for governor.

Undecided students plan to vote

By ANN SCHMITZ

DULUTH, Minn. - Many students on University of Minnesota Duluth's campus are undecided about who they will vote for but the majority say they will vote in the upcoming governors election for a candidate that will help a great number of residents.

By HALEY KNOPIK

DULUTH, Minn. -- When Starbucks customers arrived at the coffee shop on Central Entrance in Duluth Thursday morning, either had plenty to say about the election and some wanted nothing to do with the survey.


By STEPHANIE JOHNSON

DULUTH, Minn. - Minnesota residents will be voting for a new governor on Nov. 2 with the main candidates as Tom Emmer, Mark Dayton, and Tom Horner with a big issue involving the economy. The voting taking place will make an important decision on the state and what will happen in the near future.

Budget issues a major factor in election

By LUKE WIENEKE

DULUTH, Minn. - With a month before this year's governor's election, budget issues were the biggest concern for residents at Highland Village Apartments.

fore they voted on Nov. 2.

By KAYLIE REYNOLDS

Several citizens of Duluth, Minn. shared their opinions on Sept. 28, 2010, at the Caribou Coffee Shop on Canal Park, regarding issues dealing with health care, economy, taxes, and education in the upcoming governor's election.


By LIZZY BLACKMON

DULUTH, Minn.-- Minnesota residents at Mount Royal coffee shop and parking lot are likely to vote for Democrat Mark Dayton in the upcoming Governor race, similar to recent statewide poll.


By ANNE KUNKEL

DULUTH, Minn. - Duluth citizens have set views when it comes to who they are going to vote for and for some it doesn't matter who the candidate is, it's the party they are going to stand behind. The 2010 Minnesota governor election is no exception.

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By REEGAN LLOYD

As the governor election races near, many UMD student athletes, as of October 7, 2010 appear to be closing their school books, and turning their heads towards the gubernatorial election.


Education top issues in governor's race

By EMILY SCHNACKY

DULUTH, Minn.- Duluth residents who were enjoying the weather at Canal Park Thursday are registered to vote for the upcoming 2010 Minnesota governor's race and feel strongly about many issues, in particular those regarding education.

By TONY SCHMITT

DULUTH, Minn.- As the candidates of Minnesota's governor's race prepare for the election this November it seems the students of the University of Minnesota Duluth aren't very involved.


By JULIE KRIENKE

DULUTH, Minn.- As the election for Minnesota governor quickly approaches this November, students at the University of Minnesota plan to vote due to concerns about higher education and job opportunities.

By TOM BENSON

DULUTH, Minn. - It was a bright, cold day to talk politics. But among Duluth residents, there's not too much to say.

By DANIELLE ARCAND

DULUTH, Minn. - When educators at Duluth Central High School were interviewed on Friday, Oct. 8 it was clear that their profession held a large favor in their opinions about education in the upcoming Minnesota governor election.

By JARRED PETERSON

While several Duluth residents interviewed last week at Miller Hill Mall are undecided who they will vote for in November's election for Minnesota's governor, they still have issues they feel that could sway their vote

by NICHOLAS MILLER

DULUTH - With the upcoming governors race in Minnesota, local shops and hang outs such as Electric Fetus in downtown Duluth have become filled politically charged locals eager to share their opinions.

Gubernatorial candidates miss target?

by HOLLY NELSON

With the 2010 Minnesota gubernatorial election less than a month away, important middle class, middle-aged voters display little understanding or interest in the upcoming gubernatorial election and request simpler forms of important candidate information.

Education key issue for voters in Wal-Mart

by ANNELYSE HARRISON

DULUTH, Minn. - While shopping in Wal-Mart last week, Duluth residents expressed that education ranks highest among important issues being addressed in the upcoming Minnesota governor election.

by MADIHA MIRZA

DULUTH, Minn. - Former Democratic Sen. Mark Dayton holds a significant lead over the Republican state Rep. Tom Emmer in the Minnesota gubernatorial election, a recent study conducted among Duluth residents in Mount Royal Fine Foods has found.

Reporters need to be prepared when conducting interviews. Below, students share their thoughts on the issues that will be relevant when conducting their interviews for the Hard News 1 Assignment.

Hard News 1 Assignment: Election for Governor

For the Hard News Reporting 1 Assignment, students are working in teams of 1-2 and going out into the community to interview Duluth citizens about who they plan to vote for in the upcoming election for Minnesota governor, and the issues that the voters believe are the most important.

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