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Could Amy Klobuchar Win In 2020?

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Could Amy Klobuchar Win In 2020?

Could Amy Klobuchar Win In 2020?

After a successful career as a prosecutor, Amy Klobuchar was elected Hennepin County attorney in 1998, and in 2006 won 58% of the vote to become the first woman elected to U.S. Senator from Minnesota.

She increased her share of the vote to 65% in 2012, and won re-election for a second time in 2018, taking 60% of the vote.

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