ST. PAUL MAYOR Norm Coleman, who recently told city DFLers that he'd be seeking their endorsement again in 1997, will be doing the honors at the Center for the American Experiment's annual dinner next Wednesday, where Republican strategist Bill Kristol is scheduled to hold forth on "1994-1996: A Conservative Realignment." DFL politicians, including Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton and party chair Mark Andrew, have graced the conservative think tank's panels before, though none has yet been invited to play master of ceremonies. DFLers hoping to play fly-on-the-wall (and gather campaign material) will have to shell out $550 for a table of 10.
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