Kennedy vs. Wetterling
Gizzi, John, Human Events
Minnesota's 2nd District
One thing has to be said for two-term GOP Rep. Mark Kennedy of Minnesota: he has always had a competitive race. In 2000, CPA and Pillsbury executive Kennedy was one of two Republicans anywhere to unseat a Democratic House member. By only 155 votes out of more than 177,000 cast, first time candidate Kennedy unseated four-term Rep. David Minge. Two years later, redistricting moved the bulk of Republican voters in his 2nd District to the neighboring district, where Democratic Rep. Bill Luther had barely survived a challenge in '00. With his home about 800 yards outside the adjacent and far more Republican district, Kennedy could easily have moved and finished …
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Publication information: Article title: Kennedy vs. Wetterling. Contributors: Gizzi, John - Author. Magazine title: Human Events. Volume: 60. Issue: 27 Publication date: August 9, 2004. Page number: 26. © Human Events Publishing, Inc. Feb 16, 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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