MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Former Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman has been chosen to serve as special adviser to presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
The former mayor of St. Paul was selected for the official role, focused on policy, on Wednesday, as announced by Romney’s campaign.
Romney said in a press release that he is happy to add Coleman to his team.
“His advice will be critical as I lay out my vision for improving our economy at home and strengthening our partnerships around the world,” he stated.