As the Senate election trial continues Democrat Al Franken and Republican Norm Coleman are aggressively trying to add to the more than $11 million dollars they've raised since Election Day.
Democrat Al Franken says he's confident
that he'll win the Minnesota Senate election trial, but he's not
ruling out an appeal if he doesn't.
After questioning nearly two dozen voters whose absentee ballots were not counted in Minnesota's disputed U.S. Senate election, attorneys for Democrat Al Franken have called Gary Poser back to the stand this afternoon.
The overarching theme of Coleman's case, presented over the past five weeks, was to get in as many previously rejected ballots as possible, to erase Democrat Al Franken's 225-vote recount lead.
Democrat Al Franken's legal team today asked the three-judge panel hearing Republican Norm Coleman's election contest to throw out one of Coleman's major claims.
The three-judge panel hearing Republican Norm Coleman's election contest has ordered local election officials to open about 1,500 absentee ballot envelopes to look for voter registration cards.