MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Inside Jo Jo’s in Burnsville, people visited with friends Monday over a cup of coffee, many of them aware that they’re living in District 56-B, a race that’s is expected to be very close.
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“I think having an opportunity to swing the favor back into the Republican side would be a good thing for the state,” said one man.
Republican Roz Peterson is trying again to unseat DFL’er Will Morgan. Two years ago, Peterson lost by 170 votes. She believes it’s better to have a balance when it comes to running the government.
“I believe we get better policies when both sides of the story are taking into consideration,” Peterson said. “We get a better outcome.”