It's August 22--three weeks to the day before voters in Minnesota's DFL primary are to decide who will face incumbent U.S. Senator Rod Grams in the November election--and a tired-looking Jerry Janezich has spent the day scurrying from one campaign event to the next: a two-hour interview with the Star Tribune editorial board; a radio Q&A at KFAI; a few hours of flesh-pressing at a Communications Workers of America union picnic. Now, just after 7:00 p.m., he's arrived an hour late at a south... More >>>