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Clark To Run Against Cravaack In 8th District

DULUTH  (AP) — Former Democratic state senator Tarryl Clark is planning another run for Congress.

Clark says she and her husband bought a condo in Duluth and she plans to file papers to run against Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack next year.

Clark ran against Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann in what became the most expensive U.S. House race in 2010. She lost but got about 40 percent of the vote in the 6th District.

Clark says she and her husband will keep their house in St. Cloud because her husband works there. But she says she will spend a lot of her time at the condo in the neighboring 8th District.

Cravaack is in his first term in the House after defeating 18-term incumbent Jim Oberstar in November.

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