5 Top Dems Who Funded Iowa’s Mike Franken, Now Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Five Democrat lawmakers and candidates helped Mike Franken fund his U.S. Senate campaign in Iowa, where his former campaign manager accused him of making “several” unwanted advances toward women, including herself.

Since the first report of the allegations, Franken has denied the claims as “baseless” and said it  “didn’t happen.”

1. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) 

Booker’s joint fundraising committee, Booker Senate Victory, donated $5,000 to Iowa’s Democrat Senate hopeful.

In 2017, the New Jersey Democrat called for then-Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) to resign after reports surfaced that he “cornered an unnamed Democratic congressional aide in 2006 and forcibly tried to kiss her.”

“These courageous women have come forward, and I think clearly this last revelation adds to what seems to be a pattern here,” Booker told multiple media outlets at the time. “That was enough to make me come to the conclusion… it is right that he should step down at this…

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