Minnesotans choose in tomorrow's primary election which one of the four major Republican candidates for governor will be on the ballot in November.

The rivals squared-off last week at Farmfest.  Scott Honour says he'll be a strong advocate for rural Minnesota and will work to lower taxes.  Kurt Zellers says Minnesotans should vote for him because he's lived and worked half of his life on the family farm. Marty Seifert says he's the only candidate born, raised and educated in rural Minnesota.  And Republican-endorsed candidate Jeff Johnson says he's learned over the years that farmers have a better BS meter than anybody else in the state of Minnesota.

Most polling places open at 7 am Tuesday.

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