7 Facts About Al Franken

1. In 2013, Democrat Al Franken obtained the additional votes he needed by finding 215 ballots in the trunk of a car.

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2. Harry Reid and Al Franken, said that both candidates have an equal chance of winning the recount.

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3. On December 7, 2017, Al Franken announced his intention to resign his Senate seat.

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4. In August 2010, Al Franken made faces and hand gestures and rolled his eyes while Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered a speech in opposition to the confirmation of Elena Kagan to the US Supreme Court.

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5. On January 29, 2007, Al Franken announced his departure from Air America Radio, and on the day of his final show, February 14, he formally announced his candidacy for the United States Senate from Minnesota in 2008.

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6. In November 2003, Al Franken talked about moving back to his home state of Minnesota to run for the Senate.

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7. In 1995, Al Franken wrote and starred in the film Stuart Saves His Family, which was based on his SNL character Stuart Smalley.

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