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.