Coleman and Franken battle for expensive Minnesota Senate seat

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Transcript

While the presidential election is first and foremost in most voters' minds, voters in Minnesota have been witness to the most expensive — and one of the closest — congressional race in the country. Incumbent Republican Senator Norm Coleman and Democratic-Farmer-Labor challenger Al Franken have together raised more than $33 million.

Guests:

Tom Scheck

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