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Help the MN State Patrol Win Photo Contest

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When the Minnesota State Patrol asks for the public's help it usually involves keeping speeds down, reducing distractions, or not drinking and driving.

This week the patrol is asking for something a bit different.

The Minnesota State Patrol is entering a photo contest sponsored by the American Association of State Troopers to select the best looking patrol car in the country.

Troopers are asking you to vote on one of three pictures, to help them decide which image gives them the best chance of winning.

To vote, click on this link and choose photo 1, 2 or 3.
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