Campaign priorities indicated by Congress members’ most used words (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

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An analysis of the words most frequently used by Minnesota’s U.S. senators and representatives on their respective floors during legislative sessions brings up expected terms such as “Minnesota” or “people” or “president,” referring to the Senate president addressed in sessions. Some are more unique, but any speech on the floors has the same end goal, according to University of Mary Washington political science professor Stephen Farnsworth.

“They’re indicative of their campaign priorities, above all,” Farnsworth said.

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