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.
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.
It isn't clear when the winner of the senate election will get a certificate allowing him to join the U.S. Senate.
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.
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.
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.