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Monday, July 28th, 2008

YouTube is asking users to pose questions to the candidates for U.S. Senate in Minnesota, the most-viewed and highest-ranked of which will be answered by the candidates themselves! So I asked Senator Norm Coleman and Al Franken what they would do to increase voter participation.

One Response to “YouChoose08: Norm Coleman and Al Franken”

  1. Brendan M. Says:

    Always trust in the wisdom of funny-looking men on the street with signs.

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