Republican U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman, Democratic Senate candidate Al Franken and Independence Party Senate candidate Dean Barkley will be vying for your votes in November.

In today's primary, all three were given their parties' nods to move on.

Coleman and Franken, who have been waging a multi-million-dollar battle for months, were both declared winners in their primaries by the Associated Press shortly after polls closed.

Hours after polls closed, Coleman had received better than 90 percent of the Republican vote and Franken had arkley gets IP nod -

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