Entries from News Archive 2008 tagged with 'norm coleman'

Al Franken declared winner of Senate race in Minnesota

Democrat Al Franken was declared the winner of the U.S. Senate race in Minnesota on Monday but Republican Norm Coleman indicated he would challenge the results in court. After a recount of nearly 3 million votes, Franken defeated the incumbent...

One Senate seat settled with Republican victory

One of two remaining U.S. Senate races was decided on Tuesday, with voters in Georgia choosing Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss over Democrat Jim Martin. The victory prevents Democrats from gaining a 60-seat majority that would have enabled them to break...

Red Lake Nation reports record turnout in 2008

Members of the Red Lake Nation in Minnesota voted in record numbers on Tuesday and the overwhelming number of votes went to Barack Obama for president and Al Franken for U.S. Senate. A total of 2,249 tribal members cast their...

Audrey Bennett: Re-elect Sen. Norm Coleman

"I have been an advocate for tribal issues for over two decades. I have had the privilege of serving as the president of my tribe, the Prairie Island Indian Community, and have also worked on the national level serving as...

Yellow Bird: Negative ads poison Senate race

"A regional race that makes me scratch my head is the Senate race between Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn., and Al Frankin, the Democratic challenger who, by the way, is a satirist. When I first saw the campaign ads about...

Sen. Coleman: Proud of record on Indian issues

"As your senator, it has always been my No. 1 priority to stay connected with the people of Minnesota and bring their voices to the nation and the world. I have made repeat-ed trips to all 87 counties in Minnesota,...

Franken campaigns on three reservations

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Al Franken campaigned on the Leech Lake, Red Lake and White Earth reservations on Saturday. The well-known humorist told tribal leaders and members that he would seek seats on the Senate Indian Affairs Committee and...

Senate hopeful Franken to campaign at powwow

U.S. Senate candidate Al Franken, a Democrat, will campaign on the Red Lake Nation in northern Minnesota on Friday. Franken, a well-known comedian, plans to attend the Red Lake Fair and Powwow. He will observe the grand entry and address...

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