Senate recount: Pendulum swings to Franken

  • Article by: MIKE KASZUBA and CURT BROWN , Star Tribune staff writers
  • Updated: December 3, 2008 - 11:21 AM

The Democrat gained from a cache of found ballots in Ramsey County, along with a decision on rejected absentee votes.

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stonekingDec. 2, 08 1:53 PM

to read the comments from the wingnuts on this one.

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fredDec. 2, 08 2:04 PM

What the....!? Its another great day for MN politics.

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bogetawDec. 2, 08 2:05 PM

"The ballot counter malfunctioned after 171 ballots had been feed into the machine.." Good writing been done.

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lenloreDec. 2, 08 2:05 PM

If you can't account for the extra 31 ballots, the entire precinct is tainted and the tally for that precinct should be thrown out. It's too bad that some people will be disenfranchised, but blame it on the election judges.

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evldedDec. 2, 08 2:06 PM

It's almost worse than the Florida debacle... Almost. I don't care who wins anymore, I now despise them both equally.

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kimi08Dec. 2, 08 2:09 PM

I don't think you need to be a wingnut to smell something fishy there...

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richisthemanDec. 2, 08 2:09 PM

"something's rotten in the state of Denmark."

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gimp439Dec. 2, 08 2:10 PM

This is a CONSPIRACY! Those radicals on the left/right are trying to suppress the voice of his/her fellow wo/man! All you Conservatives/liberals should be ashamed of yourselves! You make me sick/constipated.

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olly_xDec. 2, 08 2:12 PM

No where in the article is ACORN cited. ACORN works primarily in urban areas. But don't let the facts get in the way of your "wisdom".

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krbaileyDec. 2, 08 2:12 PM

This is a rightwing conspiracy to torture us Franken supporters by keeping hope alive.

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