Gov. Mark Dayton addressed the media and some Republicans that were present as he said that the two sides were still not closeat the state capitol an hour left until a government shutdown. Minnesota state government shut down at 12:01 a.m. CDT Friday July 1, 2011 for the second time in six years after political leaders couldn't agree on how to solve a $5 billion budget deficit. (AP Photo Kyndell Harkness - STAR TRIBUNE) MANDATORY CREDIT The Associated Press FILE In this June 30, 2011 photo, Gov. Mark Dayton speaks during a news conference hours before the midnight deadline to pass a budget at the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn. The Democratic governor and legislative Republicans are deadlocked over a $5 billion budget deficit. Republicans have refused any tax hike. (AP Photo/Genevieve Ross) The Associated PressST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota governor whose state has shut down in part because of his demand that taxes be raised on the rich is a man who was born into money.Mark Dayton says growing up in that environment made him sure of something. "I know people can afford it," he told The Associated Press in an interview.The Democratic governor and legislative Republicans are deadlocked over a $5 billion budget deficit. Republicans have refused to consider any tax hike.Dayton's checkered career included a low when he quit the U.S. Senate in 2006 after one term. He surprised many when he ran for governor three years later — and won.