Election Coverage from MPR

Al Franken
As the Minnesota Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments this morning in the state's long-running Senate race, Democrat Al Franken told MPR he's confident the court will rule in his favor. His opponent, Norm Coleman, declined an interview request. (06/01/2009)
Minnesota Judicial Center
Minnesota's long-running U.S. Senate battle reaches another milestone Monday when the state Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the election contest. (05/29/2009)
The U.S. Capitol
Midmorning recaps arguments heard at the Minnesota Supreme Court on the Minnesota Senate race. And then, in other parts of the country political races are beginning to shape up even as Minnesota's Senate seat remains in limbo. (Midmorning, 05/29/2009)
Special live coverage of oral arguments in the Senate recount case at the Minnesota Supreme Court, presented by lawyers representing former Republican Sen. Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken. (Midmorning, 05/29/2009)
A group of conservatives is suing Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie and 25 county election officials over what it characterizes as incomplete voter records. (05/28/2009)
Minnesota's long-running U.S. Senate race took another step toward a potential conclusion today as Republican Norm Coleman's attorneys filed their remaining paperwork with the Minnesota Supreme Court. (05/15/2009)

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