Two supporters of the troubled St. Paul Port Authority will vie for mayor in November after garnering the most votes in a crowded nonpartisan primary runoff on Sept. 14.

Out of a field of 16 mayoral candidates. assistant state attorney general Norm Coleman won 10,110 votes. or 28% of the electorate, according to a spokeswoman for the St. Paul Bureau of Elections.

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