MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The wait continues as Governor Mark Dayton decides who should replace U.S. Senator Al Franken.
The embattled senator announced he would resign last week amid multiple accusations of sexual harassment and misconduct.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: 'Heavy, Heavy, Heavy Snow' To Hit Northeastern Minnesota
As time presses on, Former Republican Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson is speaking out on Franken’s resignation.READ MORE: 6 Straight Wins For Wild As Kaprizov Nets Shootout Winner Against Maple Leafs
On Sunday, Carlson published a blog post where he said while he is not always in agreement with Franken, that he firmly believe in the legal due process and that the Senator should not resign right now.
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