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In three races, the leader is ahead by a razor thin margin of 3 points or less. In one crowded 10th District race, the top vote-getter has only 15 percent of the vote.

Some District Court races are real nail-biters

There are three real squeakers going on in the District Court races that are way too close to call. One is the race between two lawyers running for an open seat in the 6th District. Timothy Costley and Mike Cuzzo are running in a virtual dead heat.  In the 10th District, the race between John Dehen and Anoka County District Court Judge Michael Roith is also way too close to call.

Judge William Leary faces a tough challenge from Connie Iversen in Ramsey County. Leary had a 3 percent lead at 11:35 p.m.

In the 10th District (Washington County) race with 24 lawyers running for an open seat, Tad Jude leads with 15 percent of the vote. Kate McPherson has 11 percent, and nobody else has cracked 10 percent.

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