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  4. "'Survivor' contestant is son of a former St. Paul mayor" . Retrieved January 11, 2018.
Randy Kelly
Randy Kelly.jpg
53rd Mayor of St. Paul
In office
2002–2006
Political offices
Preceded by Mayor of St. Paul
2002–2006
Succeeded by
Minnesota Senate
Preceded by
Marilyn Lantry
Member of the Minnesota Senate from the 67th District
1991–2002
Succeeded by

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