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Updated and complete vote totals from the Tuesday, Nov. 6, election have been compiled by the Secretary of State. The first running of election results the Union Times newspaper ran contained inaccurate results as a result of the Secretary of State website not having the complete results listed. 

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The race for Minnesota’s Congressional District #6 narrowed after the primary to Ian Todd and Tom Emmer. The district includes parts of the Twin Cities metro area, as well as all of Sherburne County and parts of Anoka, Benton, Carver, Stearns, Wright and Washington counties. The candidates r…

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U.S. Representative District 8 becomes open as Rep. Rick Nolan retires from the seat, a primary for which left two candidates: Joe Radinovich and Pete Stauber. District 8 includes the entirety of Mile Lacs County, and a large area that has North Branch at its southeastern tip and Internation…

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The race for Mille Lacs County Attorney is also competitive between two candidates chosen through a primary election with three candidates this summer. The Union-Times asked the two candidates the same questions and imposed a collective, 300-word limit on their answers:

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The commissioners’ race in Mille Lacs County has two seats expiring this year: District 2, which includes Princeton, Greenbush, and Milo Townships and the City of Pease; and District 4, which includes Bogus Brook, Borgholm, Dailey, Hayland, Mudgett, Bradbury, Page, Onamia and Lewis Townships…

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Two candidates compete to represent Minnesota’s Congressional District 15A, which is a long, narrow district that encompasses much of Mille Lacs County including the cities of Bock, Isle, Milaca, Pease, Princeton, Ogilvie, Onamia, Vineland, Wahkon and a number of townships, with Baldwin Town…

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The Milaca City Council has two seats that expire this year, as well as the mayor’s term, which sitting mayor Pete Pedersen will fill since he runs uncontested. The Union-Times asked each candidate three questions: 

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The Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce sent letters to the City Council candidates last week inviting them all to a forum 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23 in the Council Chamber of City Hall, 705 Second Street North.