DFLer Rybak, Republican Seifert leading gubernatorial caucuses
At 6 a.m., Marty Seifert looked like the leader of Tuesday night's Republican gubernatorial caucuses. With 95.91 percent reporting, Seifert led the GOP field of seven with 50.1 percent. His closest rival was Tom Emmer, with 39.7 percent. On the DFL side, with 77 percent reporting, R.T. Rybak emerged with a narrow lead over Margaret Anderson Kelliher, 21.8 percent to 20.3 percent.
Here's what we know so far, including number of votes, and percentage of votes:
- Bob Carney Jr: 31/0.17 percent
- Leslie Davis: 109/0.58 percent
- Tom Emmer: 7,393/39.47 percent
- Bill Haas: 306/1.63 percent
- David Hahn: 968/5.17 percent
- Phil Herwig: 202/1.08 percent
- Marty Seifert: 9,366/50.01 percent
- Tom Bakk: 1,290/6.13 percent
- Matt Etenza: 1,444/6.86 percent
- Susan Gaertner: 441/2.09 percent
- Steve Kelley: 878/4.17 percent
- Margaret Anderson Kelliher: 4,216/20.03 percent
- John Marty: 2,052/9.75 percent
- Felix Montez: 17/0.08 percent
- Tom Rukavina: 1,517/7.21 percent
- R.T. Rybak: 4,589/21.80 percent
- Ole Savior: 21/0.10 percent
- Paul Thissen: 1,541/7.32 percent
- Uncommitted: 3,046/14.47 percent
Note: Mark Dayton didn't participate.
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