Coleman appeals to supporters to send him back to D.C.; senator highlights economy, energy as priorities
WILLMAR -- When U.S. senators leave office, it's tradition for them to carve their names into their desks.
"I'm not ready to carve my name yet," U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman told a gathering of supporters Monday morning in Willmar.
More than 40 people met with Coleman at the Northern States Supply building in the Willmar Industrial Park. He appealed to them to work on his behalf for the remaining two weeks of the campaign and send him back to Washington for another six years.
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