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Republican state Sen. Karin Housley is striving to defend her District 39 seat against DFL-challenger Sten Hakanson.
This year there are seven candidates competing for four open School District 622 Board seats that are currently held by Theresa Augé, Steve Hunt, Nancy Livingston and Becky Neve.
Current North St. Paul city council members Tom Sonnek and Jan Walczak are up for re-election and seeking another term, but they are not alone on the campaign trail this autumn.
Kathy Lohmer, a three-term Republican state legislator, is being challenged by DFLer Alan Kantrud in the House District 39B race.
Victoria Reinhardt, who has held the Ramsey County District 7 commissioner seat for two decades, is up for re-election and squaring off against Kim Points.
Peter Fischer is campaigning this fall for re-election in House District 43A. The DFL incumbent is being challenged by Republican Bob Cardinal, a former Maplewood mayor.
Incumbent Leon Lillie, a six-term DFL state representative, is facing Republican Nathan Hansen in the House District 43B race.
DFL state Sen. Susan Kent is battling Republican challenger Sharna Wahlgren in the Senate District 53 race.
District 53 is made up of Landfall and parts of Maplewood, Oakdale and Woodbury.
Several state legislative seats are open this year including the House District 53A seat, which is currently held by DFL-endorsed JoAnn Ward. She has held the seat since 2012.
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