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Liberal Group Pounds Away At MN Senator

The Alliance for a Better Minnesota has another TV ad opposing Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN). Government filings show the group spent $267,000 on the ad. We'll post the video as soon as we can get it.

UPDATE: Cardinal tells us that the ad is the same as their last one — they just bought more air time.

The group's executive director is Denise Cardinal, who has done press for America Votes, the National Education Association and Sen. Kent Conrad (D-ND). The organization's board includes Kristin Beckmann, who runs the state council of the Service Employees International Union; Ben Goldfarb, who managed Minnesota Sen. Amy Kobuchar's campaign; Ryan Greenwood of Take Action Minnesota; and Connie Lewis of the regional chapter of Planned Parenthood.

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