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November 3, 2010 by Post Team 

Emmer, MINNEAPOLIS – It’s the morning after election day in Minnesota, and once again the biggest race in the state has no declared winner.

Democrat Mark Dayton has a small lead over Republican Tom Emmer governor’s race. With election results early Wednesday from all precincts, but 19 statewide, Dayton is 9,257 votes out of more than 1.8 million cast.

That’s an advantage considerably larger than the 475 votes that separated Republican Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken in Senate race morning after the 2008 elections. But it’s not close enough to Dayton, and Emmer has claimed victory yet, and on Wednesday morning, state GOP leaders are holding a press conference in the morning with a lawyer’s legal team Coleman count.

Tom The Independence Party Horner, conceded defeat Tuesday night after attracting about 12 percent of the vote.

This is an update NEWS. Check back soon for more information. AP’s earlier story is below.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The morning after election day in Minnesota, and once again the most important race in the state has no declared winner.

Democrat Mark Dayton has a small lead over Republican Tom Emmer governor’s race. With election results early Wednesday from all precincts, but 19 statewide, Dayton is 9,257 votes out of more than 1.8 million cast.

It is close enough that neither Emmer Dayton and have claimed victory yet, and on Wednesday morning, state GOP leaders are holding a press conference in the morning with a lawyer’s legal team counts Coleman .

Tom The Independence Party Horner, conceded defeat Tuesday night after attracting about 12 percent of the vote.

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