MINNEAPOLIS - Some votes were still being counted early Wednesday, but two candidates have garnered early support in the race for governor after Tuesday's precinct caucuses.
In a commanding victory among Republicans, 2014 GOP nominee Jeff Johnson took 45 percent of the vote.
With 72 percent of precincts reporting late Tuesday night, Rep. Tim Walz led the field of six Democrats with 32 percent of the vote.
There was also a large number of undecided voters in both parties.
The straw poll testing of gubernatorial candidates' support was the main event of the precinct caucuses.
History has shown the winner of the straw poll does not always win the party's nomination, but it is an early indicator of how much support the candidate has developed behind-the-scenes.
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