Election Coverage from MPR

Republican Norm Coleman says he's confident that the issues he has raised in the court challenge of the U.S. Senate recount will be addressed to his satisfaction. He spoke with MPR's Tom Crann about the progress of the trial, and the lengthy process to determine Minnesota's next senator. (02/06/2009)
Al Franken said Friday he's frustrated but not bitter that a lawsuit by Norm Coleman is keeping him out of the U.S. Senate. Franken, a Democrat, left little doubt in an interview today that he considers himself the winner of the race. (02/06/2009)
Election law experts answer questions about Minnesota's U.S. Senate recount, formal Election Contest and MN Supreme Court challenge. (Midday, 02/05/2009)
Lawyers for Democrat Al Franken tried to convince the Minnesota Supreme Court today that it should require the governor and secretary of state to issue Franken an election certificate. The certificate would allow Franken to take a seat in the U.S. Senate. (02/05/2009)
Attorneys for Norm Coleman spent the morning going through ballots, one by one, with Washington County top election official. (02/04/2009)
In a key ruling, the three-judge panel hearing Minnesota's senate election contest says it will allow Republican Norm Coleman's campaign to introduce about 4,800 rejected absentee ballots into the trial for consideration. (02/03/2009)

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