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In Depth (The Road to the Inauguration: Minnesota) Part II #776906

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 13, 2005
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(St. Paul: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Anoka County, Minnesota: Campbell Brown) The changing electorate in Minnesota, a former Democratic stronghold, examined; details given of the political influence of the “exurbs,” where the suburbs meet the farmland. [Carleton College political analyst Steven SCHIER†- says it’s in flux.] [Anoka County residents David & Peggy SCOTT††- comment on conservative values.] [Former state senator Ted MONDALE††- comments on exurbans’ political message.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Interview held with “A Prairie Home Companion” radio show host Garrison Keillor†† about Minnesotans. [KEILLOR – defines his view of a Minnesotan; comments on the cold; comments on the high voting rate in the presidential election; reflects on the upcoming inauguration.]

Williams, Brian;
Brown, Campbell

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