The Federal Elections Commission said they had cleared a complaint against Coleman's campaign alleging campaign funds were misused to defend himself against allegations in a lawsuit.
Nasser Kazeminy was accused of trying to funnel $75,000 to Coleman's family through his wife's business.
The Texas company involved in a lawsuit centered around one of Norm Coleman's friends and donors cleared Coleman of any wrongdoing in the case.
Lawyers will present their case in front of a Texas judge today in hopes of having the lawsuit against Norm Coleman donor Nasser Kazeminy dismissed.
Thought suitgate was old campaign season news? The FBI is currently investigating Norm Coleman's wardrobe after allegations last year that a longtime buddy and donor was buying him suits, says the Huffington Post.
Coleman is asking the FEC if he can use his campaign funds for a defense against allegations in a lawsuit involving a buddy and campaign donor, Nasser Kazeminy.
Unfortunately Norm Coleman is on the losing side of an extremely long and dirty fight for a U.S. Senate seat. So instead of looking forward, Coleman continues to look back and find people to blame for the embarrassing spot he finds himself in.
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It's all in the wording: The press people went from a flat-out "no" to a "no comment". Start the rumor mill!
Democrats are using a new scare tactic to try and get Norm Coleman to drop out of the race before he has a chance to win: threatening to make his life miserable.
Norm Coleman appeared on Fox and Friends this morning to talk about his upcoming appeal. Politically charming as usual, Coleman kicks off the interview making a joke about the show's promo that put Coleman next to a story about a cat with nine lives.
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In response to the negative press, Nasser Kazeminy released a statement about his ex-associate to try and discredit his testimony in the case against him.
Norm Coleman gets to stress about one lawsuit at a time.
Apparently reporters are only allowed to ask serious and controversial questions in a whisper.
The lawsuit against Norm Coleman's buddy Nasser Kazeminy could be put on hold if a new court filing is accepte ... More >>
The senate race between the Republican incumbent and the former SNL comedian is the most expensive in the country
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