Judging from her comments, Tarryl Clark, former state senator and DFL 8th District candidate for Congress, is not buying in to the results of Tuesday’s non-binding congressional preference vote at Tuesday’s caucuses.
With all but a few precincts counted Wednesday, former U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan scored a convincing win. The totals available Wednesday were: Nolan, 1,513; Duluth City Council member Jeff Anderson, 977; Clark, 398; undecided, 258.
Here’s a statement she released Wednesday after a deadline had passed on a story looking at the poll win by Nolan.
“Some have said there were significant irregularities last night and were hoping for much higher participation. The stakes are too high to let “politics as usual” determine the fate of Minnesota and our country. Instead, I am committed to creating good jobs for Minnesota families and keeping America’s promises to our seniors, veterans and children.”