St. Paul Candidates for Minnesota governor will face off this spring regarding environmental issues in the state, including dedication of a portion of the state sales tax revenue to game and fish habitat.
All debates will occur at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute at
301 19th Ave., in Minneapolis. All debates include a 6:30 p.m.
reception with the debate beginning at 7 p.m.
The first debate, featuring DFL candidates, occurs April 23.
Scheduled to attend are Judi Dutcher, Becky Lourey, and Roger Moe.
On April 29, Republican candidates Tim Pawlenty and Brian Sullivan
will meet. And on May 8, Independence and Green candidates will
debate. Confirmed debaters are Ken Pentel, Nick Raleigh, and Ray
Tricomo. Gov. Jesse Ventura has been invited to this debate.