Minnesotans are familiar with the odd backgrounds of its political candidates. See Ventura, Jesse and Franken, Al.
But what would it say about the U.S. Senate if someone can go from the starting rotation for the Boston Red Sox to the United States Senate?
In an interview with New England Cable News, Curt Schilling — a Republican — says he’s considering running for the seat vacated by the death of Ted Kennedy.
Republicans had Stuart Smalley to use to undercut Al Franken’s candidacy. Is this enough for Massachusetts Democrats?
Prepare your Massachusetts jokes, Minnesota!