Friday, February 1, 2008


US Senate Candidate Al Franken said his campaign swing through northern Minnesota is going well, so far. Franken said his organization hasn't done a lot of polling yet so he doesn't have specific percentages. The candidate said he has made it to Fargo for a meeting before appearances in Moorhead. Recently, he spent time in Grand Rapids, Onamia and Crookston and many have signed up to speak for his candidacy in precinct caucus meetings next Tuesday, February 5th. Franken is competing with only two others now for the Democrat endorsement and then to compete with incumbent Senator Norm Coleman. Minneapolis attorney Jim Cohen announced Thursday that he was dropping out of the race.

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