David Kirkpatrick

December 19, 2008

Looks like Al Franken will win Minnesota

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , , — David Kirkpatrick @ 4:38 pm

When your strategy during the entire recount process is little more than weak challenges and constant court petitions, I’d say the goose has been cooked for a long time and everyone knows it.

From the 538 link:

The Coleman campaign is back to court, this time filing a petition with the Minnesota Supreme Court that seeks to prevent Minnesota’s Canvassing Board from certifying the results of its recount until an issue with what it claims to be duplicate ballots is resolved. In addition, Coleman requests that the court mandate that the individual precincts double-check for potential duplicate ballots in conjunction with their court-ordered review of rejected absentee ballots, which is set to proceed between now and December 31.

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