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After being defeated by incumbent Congressman Keith Ellison, Fields reflects on the outcome of Election Day and encourages people to keep up their fight for a better America.
The DFL House majority is announced.
From the approved referendum to how Richfield voted in the presidential race, all the information you need is here.
While Minnesota as a whole was more even, Richfield voters overwhelmingly supported President Barack Obama in his re-election bid.
Democrats say the divisive amendments and the state shutdown may have contributed to heavy Republican losses.
Not only did the Democrats sweep Richfield, they also gained House and Senate majority.
Following 2011's upset, unofficial results show voters upheld the school district's request for more funds.
Ellison will be returning to Washington for another term.
Unofficial results put Edwina Garcia in the soon-to-be vacant seat of Fred Wroge.
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