Election 2012 As A Referendum on GOP Vs. Dayton Budget Plans

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Governor Mark Dayton and Senate Majority Leader David Senjem

Click to watch Governor Mark Dayton and Senate Majority Leader David Senjem

Click to watch Governor Mark Dayton and Senate Majority Leader David Senjem

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton suggested during his State of the State address that election 2012 should be a referendum of his plan to tax the wealthiest two percent in the state vs Republican plans for a cuts only solution to our budget problems.

Senate Majority Leader David Senjem said he was up for that challenge, but prefered to say the choice was making Minnesota a high tax state vs living within our means.

More video: Highlights of Dayton’s State of The State Address

Above: a look at the highlights of Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton’s State of the State address. He appeals for unity, but cautions he will not sign extreme partisan legislation.

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