The Franken campaign today released its final ad of the election, highlighting the growing number of newspapers across the state that are backing Senator Franken for his record of working across party lines to deliver concrete results for Minnesotans.
Add Rochester’s Post-Bulletin to the list of Minnesota newspapers lining up behind Al: “The Post-Bulletin Editorial Board is endorsing Sen. Al Franken for a second term. We feel he has been a leading force the state needs on many issues, and we hope he can build on his first-term achievements.”
Franni Franken is planning on a busy Election Day this year: knocking doors, making phone calls and motivating volunteers for Al. When Franni heard that Minnesotans can now vote without an approved excuse, she knew she had to take advantage of this new law to free up some time on November 4th.
With just 7 days left in the campaign, I thought that, just for today, I’d ditch all the obnoxious tricks and just tell you why this is all so important to me — and why I hope it’s important to you. I promise, we’ll get back to your regularly scheduled programming.
The Franken campaign today released a new TV ad that highlights Sen. Franken’s fight to end an egregious tax loophole that allows billionaire hedge fund managers to pay taxes on income at half the rate of everyday Minnesotans.
“When Al Franken arrived in office at the U.S. Senate several months after he was elected, the recount over and the job finally no longer in limbo, the Minnesota Democrat wasted no time — he put his head down and got to work.”