MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — U.S. Senate candidate Kurt Bills says Republicans will “win this state down the road,” despite his landslide loss to Democrat Amy Klobuchar in Minnesota.
Klobuchar was elected to a second term in Congress on Tuesday. In his concession speech, Bills called Klobuchar “one of the toughest senators” to beat.READ MORE: New Poll Shows Minneapolis Residents Support Charter Amendment Replacing Police
Bills is a state representative from Rosemount and a high school economics teacher. He promised to be in his first hour class on Wednesday, proclaiming that “Republicans don’t take days off.”READ MORE: Minnesota Apple Orchards Endure Labor Shortage During Peak Season
Exit polls showed nearly one-fourth of Republicans didn’t back Bills in the race.
Klobuchar said she won with hard work, optimism a forward-looking approach.MORE NEWS: 'I Laid On The Floor And Just Bawled': Minnesota TikTok Sensation, 79, Overwhelmed By Support After Scooter Breaks
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