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4 Reasons Jason Lewis Can Beat Al Franken

amackent Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 1:20 PM
I'd love to see it and will support him strongly if he jumps in, but I'd be surprise if he runs. Also, I don't see Minnesotans liking Klobuchar any more than Franken. People didn't vote for Klobuchar, she was the only recognizable name on the ballot. Kurt Bills was the invisible candidate. He raised no money, got no press, and no one knew who he was. Ron Paul had a huge impact on the caucus' here and Kurt was his guy. His supporters are the single most important reason we got swept during the last cycle. They showed up early, but brought no cash and disappeared right after the national convention.

Look out Sen. Al Franken; talk radio host Jason Lewis will soon replace you in the U.S. Senate.

Conservative-libertarian talk radio host Jason Lewis is seriously entertaining a run against Minnesota Sen. Al Franken in 2014. It will not be a slam-dunk, but Lewis can pull off a win for the following four reasons:

1. Franken Never Won Fair and Square

Remember when Franken “beat” former St. Paul Mayor Norm Coleman by a scant 312 votes in 2008 and 1,009 votes were later determined to come from felons? Well, this time around, everyone in the country will be paying close...