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Horner ponders his future

Tom Horner took a bigger risk than most when he embarked on his run for governor of Minnesota. The former Republican pundit and strategist turned Independence Party candidate alienated many of his old political allies when he switched party affiliation to challenge to GOP candidate Tom Emmer and DFLer Mark Dayton.

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IP sees chance at legislative inroads

As Minnesota’s Republican Party was giddily tweeting the news that the party had fielded candidates for all 201 seats in the state Legislature for the first time in 30 years, the Independence Party of Minnesota was quietly celebrating its own milestone: 16 candidates for the Legislature in 2010, seven in Senate districts and nine in House districts.

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Uldrich expects multi-candidate field for IP endorsement

Jack Uldrich, chair of the Independence Party of Minnesota, expects two candidates to announce next month that they will be seeking the party's endorsement for governor. Although Uldrich wouldn't drop any names, he indicated that the two likely challengers would be in addition to Tom Horner, the veteran Republican strategist who is mulling an Independence Party candidacy.

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