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Clinton says much riding on Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS - Former President Bill Clinton and top Minnesota Democrats warned supporters not to get comfortable as they near a promising Election Day.

MINNEAPOLIS - Former President Bill Clinton and top Minnesota Democrats warned supporters not to get comfortable as they near a promising Election Day.

The former president, campaigning in Minnesota for the first time since earlier this year, said Thursday that Democrat Barack Obama is well-positioned to take the country in a new political direction.

"You got a lot riding on your shoulders," Clinton said at the Minneapolis Convention Center. "Minnesota's led this country in a lot of ways. You can lead us again. But to lead us again you have to elect Barack Obama and Al Franken to the United States Senate."

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