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Al Franken

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Well, the midterms turned out better than we had feared they would. Thank God! But there’s still stuff up in the air: First, the Republican margin in the House (assuming they take the majority -- which looks pretty certain).
I know you voted early. Or voted this morning. Or are going to vote later today. Just make sure you get all your Democratic friends and relatives to vote.
I want you to door-knock and vote. Or vote and then door-knock. Or make phone calls and vote. Or vote and then make phone calls.
Sorry. Things aren’t funny anymore. Well, that’s not entirely true. There’s Ron Johnson. I did a trip to Wisconsin to campaign for Mandela Barnes and raise money for the Wisconsin state party. And I made a little news.
In my first Senate race, I clobbered Norm Coleman by 312 votes. It was the narrowest clobbering in history. Thank God for all the Minnesotans who went out and door knocked for me. And because I became the 60th Democrat in the Senate, we were able to pass The Affordable Care Act.
Oooooooooh. It’s very scary! The Republicans want to take over Congress! You know what that means, don’t you!!! They will kill our children and drink their blood!!!! Wait! I’m confused! That’s us supposedly.

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