Election Coverage from MPR

Norm Coleman
The judges reversed their order that struck out testimony of Pamela Howell, a Minneapolis poll worker who claimed to witness errors that could have caused double-counting of votes. (02/26/2009)
Coleman attorneys
Another setback for Republican Norm Coleman at the Minnesota Senate recount trial. The judges have thrown out the testimony of a Minneapolis poll worker who claimed to witness errors that could have caused double-counting of votes. (02/25/2009)
Gov. Tim Pawlenty
It isn't clear when the winner of the senate election will get a certificate allowing him to join the U.S. Senate. (02/24/2009)
One by one, Democrat Al Franken's attorneys are casting doubt over the viability of uncounted absentee ballots that Republican Norm Coleman wants included in the Minnesota Senate race tally. (02/24/2009)
Minnesota's U.S. Senate election trial started its second month this morning in a St. Paul courtroom, with the director of Minnesota elections the first to take the stand. (02/23/2009)
Democratic Senate candidate Al Franken has told a Minnesota court he would agree to the opening and possible counting of almost 1,600 still-sealed absentee ballots. (02/21/2009)

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