Minn. Senate Race: Franken, Coleman on TV
Coleman's first ad, "Working Together," discusses his bipartisan efforts in the Senate.
"It's about doing something, not just fighting about it, but doing something about it," he says.
Another Coleman ad stars his wife, Laurie Coleman. She says her husband is an independent thinker not beholden to special interest groups.
"Actually there is a special interest he'll answer to. Hey Norm," she tells the senator, "Will you take out the trash?"
Franken ran his first ads earlier this year during the Minnesota Democratic senate primary.
His new message, "Invest Here," calls for an end to the Iraq war:
"We're building 810 schools, 4,800 water and sewage projects, 1,047 roads and bridges. No, not in America. In Iraq. ... It's time to bring our troops home with a responsible plan for withdrawal and focus here."
-- Ed O'Keefe
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