MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – When former Gov. Mark Dayton’s official portrait is unveiled later this week, it will feature the two-term Democrat in front of the Capitol building. Dayton tells Minnesota Public Radio that he wanted a strong “supporting cast” in the painting to be unveiled Thursday, and the Capitol fit the bill. The building got a $300 million restoration during his time in office. Dayton says the best advice he got on leaving office was to take six months to decompress before jumping into other commitments.
Dayton enjoying down time after nearly 4 decades in office
By Associated Press|2019-10-16T06:04:25-05:00October 16th, 2019|