(St. Paul, MN)  —  Minnesota Democrats want first say in the next presidential primary election.  The Democratic National Committee is reconsidering which states should first pick a presidential nominee after the Iowa Caucuses delayed results last year.  DNC Chairman Ken Martin issued a statement yesterday, pointing to Minnesota’s “high voter turnout and strong tradition of civic engagement.”  Martin called the state “a top contender” because candidates will need to appeal to a diverse group of voters.