DFL: Coleman “Independent” Ads And Co-Habitation “Does Not Pass The Smell Test”


Minnesota’s Democratic Party (DFL) is alleging Illegal coordination between Senator Norm Coleman’s campaign and independent groups that are running advertisements on his behalf.

 

DFL Chair Brian Melendez says Senator Norm Coleman has refused to answer questions about clients who are running ads on Coleman’s behalf… who just happened to do business at the Washington apartment that Coleman is renting. So the DFL is filing a complaint with the Federal Election Commission.

 

According to KARE-TV, Coleman spokesperson Luke Friedrich said the DFL accusation is a lie, however the Coleman campaign would not talk about the company FLS which owns the apartment in Washington, DC and works with the two groups running the ads.

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DFL: Coleman “Independent” Ads And Co-Habitation “Does Not Pass The Smell Test”


Minnesota’s Democratic Party (DFL) is alleging Illegal coordination between Senator Norm Coleman’s campaign and independent groups that are running advertisements on his behalf.

 

DFL Chair Brian Melendez says Senator Norm Coleman has refused to answer questions about clients who are running ads on Coleman’s behalf… who just happened to do business at the Washington apartment that Coleman is renting. So the DFL is filing a complaint with the Federal Election Commission.

 

According to KARE-TV, Coleman spokesperson Luke Friedrich said the DFL accusation is a lie, however the Coleman campaign would not talk about the company FLS which owns the apartment in Washington, DC and works with the two groups running the ads.

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