Campaigns target early voters in Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS — Rhonda Rother knows she’s voting for President Donald Trump, but the Vermillion Township resident is waiting to see if COVID-19 cases spike before deciding whether to cast her ballot by mail or in person.Sonja Buckner of Apple Valley knows she will be voting for Joe Biden but is also unsure how she will do it.“I usually go to the polls,” Buckner said. “I know it counts. Right now I’m stuck in the middle. I have a ballot at home. I have not put it in.”Even as early voting starts Friday, many Minnesotans are weighing concerns about the coronavirus, mail service and ballot integrity…

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