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That's -- top of the hour Minnesota hasn't elected a Republican president since Richard Nixon in 1972 in president Obama's top campaign advisor David Axelrod.
Says he doesn't think that's gonna change in times.
You see them and their allies in the super -- headed into three.
State that they're simply not gonna win Michigan Pennsylvania.
And in Minnesota.
And some of you may have seen that I am so confident of that that I put.
My mustache on the line.
And I'm very confident that I'll still have this mustache.
On November -- we're gonna win those states.
But the latest polls show president Obama's lead shrinking and that normally Blue States so could Minnesota actually move.
In a new direction Jeff Davis is founder and president.
In the senate majority and he's my guest this morning good morning to you.
If more aggression all right so what do you make it but David Axelrod is he gonna have the mustache on after the election or is it going to be off.
Well if Romney wins in Minnesota I'd like to invite people to -- around to come to Minnesota and will will shave the mustache for him.
OK so you're that confident let's take a look at the latest step polling on this is the 2008 presidential race as we all were called -- exit polling Barack Obama.
Way ahead -- John McCain 54 point 1% John McCain 43 point eight.
But -- but it's my understanding that in the polls recently for this election.
That Romney is inching closer to Obama's Akron.
That's correct it's now within the margin of error so anything could happen.
Aren't so what do you make of the search because Minnesota has been a blue state for it for so long what do you make of the search for around.
Well I I think it's a move towards.
A more conservative Minnesota Gretchen as you recall in 12010.
Minnesota one -- -- bodies of the state legislature.
Here -- -- Republicans did and so it it I think we're seeing out of move towards a more conservative trend here in the sort of thing.
Although the governor seats and most recently went to Democrat and very tight tight election of course remember senator Al Franken.
One which -- 312.
Votes many of them disputed.
A let's talk about a very interesting house seat in Minnesota coming up to Michelle Bachmann who of course ran for president.
-- she's in a tight race or do you see it that way.
Well I've known Michelle for nearly ten years she's one of the most dedicated.
And hard working and conservatives we have in congress -- now.
And I believe that she will prevail on that race so she's up against a Tom graves I believe -- let's put up that -- from Canada recent.
And we have a Michelle Bachmann a Republican 61%.
Jim Jim -- -- -- grace.
A so that's outside of the margin of -- they just had a recent debates I believe -- not.
They did but you know -- -- liberal media puts up these liberal polls and wants people to believe them and ordered the -- conservatives from coming out of voting.
And I believe in the end that Michelle will prevail she's had a target on her back from the liberal media and the liberal political establishments and she first went to congress.
All right great to see you Jeff Davis out of Minnesota this morning thanks for getting up right now.
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