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... Fighting Alliance 6 02013-01-18January 18, 500 ... Kansas City, Missouri, United States Win 35-7 Anthony Lemon Submission (armbar) KOTC Fire and Ice ... Extreme 38 02012-09-01September 1, 100 ... Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, United States Loss 33-7 Antonio Braga Neto Submission (kneebar) MMAAD - MMA Against Dengue 2 ... Davila 02011-07-23July 23, 007 ... Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States Win 33-5 Gabe Wallbridge Submission (punches) King of the Cage Mainstream 02010-10-29October 29, 113 ... Morton, Minnesota ...
Electoral History Of Walter Mondale
... Electoral history of Walter Mondale, 42nd Vice President of the United States (1977–1981) United States Senator (1964–1976) from Minnesota and 23rd Attorney General of Minnesota (1960–1964) ... Minnesota Attorney General, 1962 Walter Mondale (DFL) (inc.) – 730,783 (59.64%) Robert L ... Kunzig (R) – 494,621 (40.36%) Minnesota United States Senate election, 1966 Walter Mondale (DFL) (inc.) – 685,840 (53.94%) Robert A ...

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