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They must have found some more ballots in someone's car. Or perhaps they were anonymously dropped off on the doorstep in the middle of the night.
Sounds perfectly legit to me.......NOT
but how is it that none of the vote tally adjustments have been in Coleman's favor? Maybe I missed a couple? It seems that every adjustment they have made has been in Franken's favor. There is no doubt that Coleman has perfectly capable representation overseeing his interests, but they all have to be a little suspicious.
Statistically, if there are errors in counting, some would be for each candidate. It is ridiculous that every time they find an error, it is in Franken's favor. It's just not possible.
Or, Mike2636, they just found the spot where Coleman's people had been hiding them. Hmmm
as Franken gained 15 votes and Coleman lost 2 votes from the last update. Which precincts changed their totals, and why? Then maybe people wouldn't be as suspicious all the time (not like it really matters to me who wins, as I was an ardent Barkley supporter, but still).
The taxpayers are owed an explanation on to why ballots can be "forgotten" in the backseat of someone's car.
The state either is incompetant with elections, or something is up. You can't keep adding ballots into the mix after nearly a week. I am starting to think Ritchie is canvassing the states Xerox machines whip up some ballots, and probably employed acorn hep. for the good of our election process, we must fight this corruption.
Norm only needs one vote more than Franken when all is said and done. A lead is still a lead until 204 is reached. Drama is great, but numbers don't lie, so lets just wait and see what the final tally is....it is what it is.
Watching a Republican lose a race they feel like they should have won would be the icing on the cake for this election. It's Karma folks ...2000 is coming back to haunt you!
This has been great entertainment.
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