POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Budget plans full of blanks
ST. PAUL -- One of political reporters' great frustrations of any governor campaign, or any campaign for that matter, is a lack of details about what candidates would do if elected.
Political reporters think voters want to know how candidates would handle programs that affect them. In this year, with the state facing a nearly $6 billion budget deficit, reporters are bugging candidates about what programs would be cut and what taxes would be raised.
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