Dayton, Emmer deadlocked

St. Paul, Minn. — A new MPR News/Humphrey Institute poll shows Democrat Mark Dayton and Republican Tom Emmer running neck and neck in the 2010 race for governor.

Independence Party candidate Tom Horner trails Dayton and Emmer significantly, but with a little more than two months to go before Election Day, a lot of Minnesotans are still undecided.

The poll shows Emmer and Dayton are deadlocked each with 34 percent support. Horner had 13 percent support.

Full story: MPR/Humphrey poll: Dayton, Emmer deadlocked | Minnesota Public Radio NewsQ

  • brettrow

    If that spoiler Horner would get out of the race, the GOP would win.

  • chuck in st paul

    No problem. When they find those 30,000 ballots in the trunk of my car on election day Dayton will be a shoo-in. It’s the Minnesota way.