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Posted: Apr 3 2008, 11:49 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 1-May 07
Senator Norman Coleman:
(He certainly has some interesting affiliations.)
Senator Norm Coleman succeeded Senator Paul Wellstone who died in a suspicious plane crash in 2002 during a close Senate race.
It's interesting that Coleman (a newbie to Congress and the Senate) was made the Chairman of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, which is UNHEARD OF for a new person in Congress. So what clout did Coleman have that accelerated his importance in the Senate?
The website above shows that he still serves on this committee, and is a ranking member.
Another interesting fact was that the Democrats lost control of the Senate on the day Democrat Paul Wellstone died. HUH!