Watch the UpTake-O-Meter measure the DFL U.S. Senate debate

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Probably the most significant aspect of Tuesday’s US Senate DFL debate at Minneapolis Roosevelt High School was not the candidates, but the audience. With the election still nearly a year away, the debate drew enough people to fill the auditorium’s lower level. A good portion of those in the audience were there to back Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer. His campaign volunteers and supporters had packed the auditorium.

Nelson-Pallmeyer does not have as much name recognition or money as Mike Ciresi and Al Franken. But he is apparently strongly organized in Minneapolis where he unsuccessfully ran for the 5th Congressional District DFL endorsement in 2006.

By now, if you’ve watched a couple of DFL U.S. Senate debates you can recite the candidate’s stump speeches from memory. For those who want substance on last Tuesday’s debate please check out an excellent text summary from DJ at www.idonthateamerica.com

If you want style, we give you something different. A few quick jokes from moderator and DFL State Chair Brian Melendez and then The UpTake-O-Meter (patent pending) on the response each candidate got when introduced to a crowd of about 700 people.

This is Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer’s backyard and “Back Jack Pack” which jammed the auditorium let everyone know that.

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