Investment banker Mike McFadden’s attacks on Sen. Franken’s voting record ring hollow. Sen. Franken has a strong record of working across party lines to deliver concrete results and has repeatedly stood up to the President and his administration when his policies, proposals or regulations don’t make sense for Minnesotans.
Investment banker Mike McFadden has a record of ducking national security issues. Not only did McFadden hide from reporters one year ago and refuse to respond to multiple requests for a comment on military action against Syria, but he also literally fled from a voter when asked a question about the Patriot Act.
“This is about a top-down economy, which is controlled by deep-pocketed corporations, as opposed to what we’ve had in place, which has created a tremendous amount of economic prosperity but is much more democratic, and much more about individual innovation. It’s creating Facebook in your dorm room. This would squelch your ability to do that.”
Did you know? You can go vote this weekend! This weekend, absentee voting locations will be open on Saturday from 10am to 3pm. Some local jurisdictions may provide additional absentee voting days or hours beyond the above required days, so get informed.
The Franken campaign today released its final ad of the election, highlighting the growing number of newspapers across the state that are backing Senator Franken for his record of working across party lines to deliver concrete results for Minnesotans.