Coleman’s New GigWhile he's enduring his umpteenth go-round with arch-rival Al Franken over Minnesota's now-vacant Senate seat, Norm Coleman has found himself some gainful employment to keep him busy.
While he’s enduring his umpteenth go-round with arch-rival Al Franken over Minnesota’s now-vacant Senate seat, Norm Coleman has found himself some gainful employment to keep him busy.
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Ben Smith in Politico:
Last session’s senior senator from Minnesota Norm Coleman, still battling Al Franken to be seated in the Senate, has taken a paid job as a consultant to the Republican Jewish Coalition, which harshly attacked Obama last fall, its executive director, Matt Brooks, said.
Coleman will join the group as a “consultant and strategic advisor,” and will also travel the country fundraising on the group’s behalf, Brooks said.
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