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Former President Bill Clinton rallies 1,800 Democrats in Minneapolis Tuesday, Oct. 30, a week before the election. He spoke in depth about President Barack Obama. (Forum Communications photo by Don Davis)

In Minnesota, Clinton rallies Democrats to get out the vote

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MINNEAPOLIS - Former President Bill Clinton rallied the Democratic faithful today on behalf of President Barack Obama, and the campaign used events in Minneapolis and Duluth to snare volunteers for the last week of campaign season.

"I think Barack Obama has taken good care of this country," Clinton told a packed University of Minnesota Minneapolis campus rally during a 38-minute speech.

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