If Pro-Israel PAC Money Talks, It's Saying Senators McConnell and Coleman Are in Deep Doo-Doo

McMahon, Janet
November 2008
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Nov2008, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p26
The author discusses the efforts of pro-Israel political action committees (PACS) and their friends and contributors to raise funds to favor congressional candidates in the U.S. She highlights the cases of incumbent Republican Senators Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and Norm Coleman of Minnesota. She also relates the success of commentator and comedian Al Franken to secure his party's nomination.


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