Presidential campaigns come to Minnesota

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By Libby Ryan

Both sides of the presidential campaign sent representatives to Minnesota this week in an attempt to gain as many votes as possible before the election on Tuesday.

Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan spoke to a crowd of thousands at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport on Sunday and former President Bill Clinton is also speaking on Sunday on behalf on Democratic President Barack Obama's campaign, said the Star Tribune.

Minnesota's 10 electoral votes were seen as safe for Obama but a poll last week showed a much closer race than had been anticipated, according to CBS Minnesota.

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