MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Hillary Clinton built up a wide lead in Minnesota’s early returns Tuesday even as Republican Donald Trump took a commanding lead in swing states.

Clinton was the heavy favorite to capture Minnesota’s 10 electoral votes on Tuesday given the state’s 40-year streak of voting for Democrats, but Trump and running mate Mike Pence made separate stops in the state in the final days of the campaign.

All eyes were on a trio of competitive congressional races, including Republican Rep. Erik Paulsen’s decisive win for a fifth term representing Minneapolis’ western suburbs. Democrats and Republicans were also fighting it out in legislative districts across the state as the two parties jostled over House and Senate majorities. Minnesota elected the nation’s first Somali-American lawmaker.

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