The state official who oversaw the recount in Minnesota's U.S. Senate race says it's time to allow early voting in Minnesota.
Judges in Republican Norm Coleman's U.S. Senate recount trial have asked attorneys from both sides to submit briefs by later this afternoon on which categories of absentee ballots should be recounted.
As the recount trial continues in Minnesota, the two candidates hoping to win Minnesota's senate seat are headed to Washington today.
The three-judge panel in Republican Norm Coleman's recount trial have ordered that 23 rejected absentee ballots be opened and counted.
Democrat Al Franken is objecting to the
way Republican Norm Coleman is presenting his case in Coleman's lawsuit over their U.S. Senate race.
Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie says he's impressed by the way his staff and state elections officials handled the Senate recount.