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Franken’s Third Party Challenger

Running on the Independence Party ticket, Dean Barkley is challenging Al Franken and Norm Coleman in their Minnesota race for the U.S. Senate.

Barkley’s first ad — for the Web — certainly has a momentous, urgent feel and is much different from what you would see from a Democratic or Republican consultant this cycle.

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