WHEN LONGTIME DFL stalwart and candidate for governor Mark Dayton announced last week that he was bypassing the party's endorsement convention because to do otherwise "would require losing my political soul," party regulars dismissed it as the desperate gambit of a sore loser. But they can't execute a similar spin on the party's 1994 gubernatorial candidate John Marty, a loyalist who voiced harsh concerns about the process in a... More >>>