Election wrestles with environment in 8th Congressional District

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DULUTH, Minn.—Try as they might to turn the topical dial to health care, spending or immigration in the open race for the 8th Congressional District seat, the candidates' views on...

Foam-edged waves meet the sand along Park Point. Protecting the lake and regional watershed are vital considerations for environmentally minded voters, whose opposition to proposed precious metals mining is struggling to find a voice among front-running candidates in the 8th Congressional District election race. Bob King / Forum News Service
The sun rises on a recent morning over Lake Superior.  Protecting the lake and regional watershed are vital considerations for environmentally minded voters, whose opposition to proposed precious metals mining is struggling to find a voice among front-running candidates in the 8th Congressional District election race. Bob King / Forum News Service
Winds during a storm in March send rollers across Lake Superior. Protecting the lake and regional watershed are vital considerations for environmentally minded voters, whose opposition to proposed precious metals mining is struggling to find a voice among front-running candidates in the 8th Congressional District election race. Bob King / Forum News Service

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