Michele Bachmann is expected to formally kick-off her bid for the White House on Monday in Iowa, but she'll do so without having established the presence needed in the state to woo key activists.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has agreed to
hear KSTP-TV's attempt to gain access to rejected absentee ballots
that were never counted in the 2008 U.S. Senate race.
A panel of Minnesota judges is deciding
whether a set of rejected absentee ballots from the 2008 election
should ever be opened.
A Ramsey County judge has granted a media
outlet access to uncounted absentee ballots that were a flashpoint
during the drawn-out 2008 Minnesota Senate race.
Newly released numbers from the Federal Election Commission show Al Franken and Norm Coleman raised more money than any other U.S. Senate candidates in the last election cycle.
The state's judges are paying tribute to
the three-judge panel that decided the winner of Minnesota's disputed U.S. Senate election between Democrat Al Franken and Republican Norm Coleman.