MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is calling on his political opponents to join him in building a better state.

Dayton won a second term easily over Republican Jeff Johnson on Tuesday, and in his victory speech said he’s hoping Democrats keep their majority in the state House.

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But his remarks allowed for the possibility that the GOP will win the chamber. Dayton says he thinks both parties want what’s best for the state — they just disagree on details.

He says politicians’ children and grandchildren will inherit the state, and they’ll ask who made it better for them.

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