24 December 2008

Election Update

Two rulings from the Minnesota Supreme Court.

In the first they granted an extension on the consideration of absentee ballots, some of whom had been improperly rejected, along with approving the plan for review, which is that both sides still have to agree on a ballot before it is counted.

It's not a great plan, you could be sure that Coleman and His Evil Minions would object to anything with a pulse, but their second ruling, denying Coleman's request to reset votes in about a dozen precincts to election night totals, pretty much means that Franken is very likely to hold onto his 50 some odd vote lead.

It appears that, based on an interview Coleman gave last night, Norm Coleman thinks so too.


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