Third Party Candidate Surges in Minnesota Governor's Race

In an election year dominated by polarized politics, candidates staking out the middle ground haven't gained much momentum with voters. But in Minnesota, an independent candidate for governor is bucking the trend. Tom Horner, a 60-year-old public relations executive who's never held office, has overcome virtual obscurity among voters in recent weeks and surged in the polls, to position himself as a viable third-party contender. Although Horner trails Democrat Mark Dayton and Republican Tom...Full Story
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