Former Sen. Mark Dayton, the Democratic nominee for governor of Minnesota, is now accusing Republican trackers of harassing him and voters by standing too close to him at his events.
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At a press conference, Dayton showed a video his campaign made of trackers using Flip cameras and standing close to him at an outdoor festival. (Yes, the Dayton campaign tracked the trackers.) The trackers remained silent and did not directly disrupt Dayton, but appeared to have possibly been an obstacle for fairgoers who had to walk around them in order to approach Dayton or roam about the fair.
Dayton can be heard saying to someone else: "I think we'll go, because last year they made a point about how important it is not to block traffic. And with two Republican trackers standing in the way of people here, people will think they're with me, and then they'll, you know -- it's disrespectful of people going, it's very disruptive."