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U.S. Senate Candidate Visits PolyMet, Wolf Center

Updated: 07/14/2014 11:13 PM
Created: 07/14/2014 10:41 PM WDIO.com

A U.S. Senate candidate visited the Iron Range on Monday.

Kevin Terrell is the Independence Party of Minnesota's endorsed candidate for Senate. He visited the PolyMet on a fact-finding trip on Monday, before determining his stance on the issue.

"It was a great visit, very informative," Terrell told Eyewitness News. "I think we need to go back and take some of what we heard today and bounce that off of some of the other groups that we're talking about, and make sure that we have the facts straight."

Terrell also visited Vaughn's in Hoyt Lakes and the International Wolf Center in Ely. Terrell said he is opposed to the wolf hunt. The Wolf Center does not have an official stance.

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