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... loose ends:Has Coleman proven that there were double counts? Has he proven which votes were double counted? Has he specified a remedy for double counting? Is he interested in using that remedy in areas where he did well?He is fighting a losing battle on those 132 ballots. Using the machine count when ballots turn up missing is a long standing precedent. If the machine count were not used, then partisans could successfully manipulate an election by removing ballots after the count.I very much doubt that the MNSC will be interested in overturning a precedent that makes sense and hasn't been challenged seriously to date.
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