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Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman spoke to about 120 people, including a group of Boy Scouts, during a stop with Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty in Morris on Wednesday.

Coleman wants little things done with great love

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By Tom Larson

News Tribune

Like his opponent, Al Franken, did earlier this week, incumbent Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman stopped briefly in Morris, stood before a packed house, laid out his case for re-election and urged his supporters to help him get the job done.


Coleman and Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty spoke to about 120 people Wednesday afternoon at DeToy's Family Restaurant in Morris.

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