Al Franken is the junior senator of Minnesota, United States. He is a member of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, which affiliates with the national Democratic Party.
Prior to this, Franken was a writer and performer in the television show Saturday Night Live, a political commentator, an author of five books, and a radio show host on the Air America Radio network. He has won five Emmy Awards for his works on Saturday Night Live and three of his books have become NYT best-sellers. “When A Man Loves A Woman” is one of his works featured on the big screen.
Upon Franken’s arrival in the Senate, he was named to the judiciary, health, education, labor, pensions, Indian affairs, and energy and natural resources committees. He was also chosen as the chairman of two subcommittees related to privacy and technology, and energy.
Franken attended Harvard University.
Al Franken was born on May 21, 1951, and he currently resides in Minnesota, United States.
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