Election Coverage from MPR

Judge Elizabeth Hayden
After four weeks, a parade of witnesses and a blizzard of legal filings, the trial to determine Minnesota's second U.S. senator is in much the same place as it began. (02/20/2009)
Judge Elizabeth Hayden
Republican Norm Coleman's lawyers want the court to preserve identifying information about some of the absentee ballots tallied in the closing hours of the recount. (02/20/2009)
Joe Friedberg, David Lillehaug
Minnesota's U.S. Senate recount trial picked up speed Thursday with 10 witnesses testifying about how their cities or counties processed absentee ballots. (02/19/2009)
Election officials from Minnesota's biggest county, Hennepin, are moving to the witness stand as the trial over the disputed U.S. Senate race tiptoes along. (02/19/2009)
The three-judge panel hearing Minnesota's U.S. Senate recount trial has denied a request by Republican Norm Coleman to reconsider a ruling that narrowed the ballot categories in question. (02/18/2009)
A Scott County election official resumes testifying this morning in Republican Norm Coleman's Senate election contest about how her county processed absentee ballots. (02/18/2009)

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