Senate race certification set for Monday with Franken up 225 votes

  • Article by: KEVIN DUCHSCHERE and MIKE KASZUBA , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 4, 2009 - 9:27 AM

The Supreme Court has yet to rule on Coleman's request to consider more wrongly rejected ballots.

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deepeeJan. 3, 09 6:34 PM

Welcome Al.

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jmy9595Jan. 3, 09 6:35 PM

Huzzah, Al!

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jmy9595Jan. 3, 09 6:37 PM

Goes to show that there's no outcome that Republicans would find legitimate other than Norm coming out on top and with NOTHING to base it on.

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jefforysJan. 3, 09 6:37 PM

Karma at work!

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rlvandyJan. 3, 09 6:38 PM

...start over from scratch with EVERYTHING!!

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ShockwaveJan. 3, 09 6:38 PM

Congrats to Ritchie and the recounters and everyone involved. It was a long, hard process, but it's ended. Unless Republican whiners get in the way of democracy, Minnesota should sit its senator in time for the next Congress.

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kelmatJan. 3, 09 6:38 PM

It wouldn't have mattered if Franken or Coleman won, there will always be a shadow of doubt around the whole recount process and all of these "absentee" ballots that kept showing up.

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lenzy1000Jan. 3, 09 6:39 PM

Bye bye

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danielfbooneJan. 3, 09 6:42 PM

I'm sure Coleman will keep his promise and concede the election first thing tomorrow.

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qbakJan. 3, 09 6:43 PM

Whether its Coleman of Franken. We as Minnesotans should make sure that it ends in a dignified way. Otherwise it will not only hurt the democratic process of the state but also in a time of crises for the whole country (two wars and an terrible economy). We don't need this to go any further.

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