We believe this news is as good as a concession speech by Coleman.Hey, what's all this secrecy about the pay?
Norm Coleman joins GOP Jewish group as consultantMINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Although Norm Coleman hasn't given up on his hopes of winning his Senate seat back, he has a new job with a national Jewish political group.
Coleman has joined the Republican Jewish Coalition as a consultant and strategic adviser. Coleman is awaiting the outcome of his lawsuit challenging the outcome of Minnesota's Senate recount that ended with the challenger, Democrat Al Franken, on top.
Coleman's Senate term, his first, expired Jan. 3.
The RJC announced Coleman's hiring Thursday. The group says Coleman will advise it on policy, help with recruiting and deliver speeches around the country.
The RJC says Coleman won't do any lobbying. The group wouldn't reveal Coleman's pay.
Both Coleman and Franken are Jewish.