American Action Network & Norm Coleman
American Action Network is a 501(c)(4) issue advocacy organization that focuses on promoting what it styles as “center-right policies.” It was established in February 2010 by Douglas Holtz-Eakin, a former adviser to the presidential campaign of Senator John McCain, and former Republican Senator from Minnesota Norm Coleman,. Norman Bertram Coleman, Jr. (born August 17, 1949) is an American attorney and politician. He was a United States senator from Minnesota from 2003 to 2009. Coleman was elected in 2002 and served in the 108th, 109th, and 110th Congresses. /5
Should have known Norm Coleman us involved
GOP Special Interest Groups Push House GOP to Cave on Email Article Print article Send a Tip by Matthew Boyle 8 Jul 2013 114 post a comment The American Action Network, an establishment GOP advocacy group, has decided it will air a new television ad on Monday called “Surge” that aims to depict the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill that just passed the Senate as tough on border security. The group, which is led by former Minnesota Republican Sen. Norm Coleman, will spend more than $100,000 on television ads to air on Fox News Channel during prime time this week pushing the bill in the House. Coleman founded the American Action Network with Sen. John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign National Finance Committee co-chair Fred Malek. In addition to his various roles in politics, Malek is the founder and chairman of Thayer Lodging Group. “The conservative border surge plan is tough, enforceable, takes away discretion from the Obama administration, and that would finally secure the border,” the gr ...
American Action Network - Norm Coleman and calls his organization a Center Right group? LMAO
Norm Coleman sees big paydays from nonprofits American Action Network, American Action Forum paid former senator handsomely Leading two politically focused nonprofits has generated big money for former Republican Sen. Norm Coleman of Minnesota — with paydays better than when he served in Congress’ upper chamber. Coleman collected more than $570,000 during a nearly three-year tenure at the helm of the American Action Network and the American Action Forum, for an average of about $190,000 annually, according to a Center for Public Integrity review of federal filings. That includes a combined salary of more than $116,000 in 2011, according to the groups' most recent annual reports — though Coleman was only a paid, full-time employee of the organizations for a portion of that year. According to documents filed with the Internal Revenue Service, Coleman worked a combined 40 hours a week for the two conservative nonprofits during 2009 and 2010 — their first two years of existence, when he served as both ...
The election is behind us, but the money spent on campaigning is still being counted. One big spender, especially in Minnesota, was the American Action Network, a Republican-leaning nonprofit group founded by former Sen. Norm Coleman. The group spent at least $2.3 million trying to get first-term Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack re-elected in the 8th District. While that effort failed, Coleman is claiming credit for other congressional victories.
Few Americans could have imagined the horror that came from the skies on that beautiful day eleven years ago when terrorists attacked our nation. Yet, in a few short hours, the full fury of American resolve came into plain view as the world watched our nation come together. The terrorists accomplished the brutal, inhumane, destruction of buildings and killing of innocents that day. But, the gathering storm of American will and power – and the expression of our ideals of freedom and liberty – delivered justice to those who came to destroy our nation. America stands stronger today because who we are as a people is not constructed with concrete and steel, but built upon our abiding commitment to the principles of Liberty and Democracy. God Bless those who perished on 9/11 – God Bless those who took up the call to defend our nation – God Bless America. -Sen. Norm Coleman, Chairman, American Action Network
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