In the first of several court documents expected to be filed with the Minnesota Supreme Court today, Ramsey County has responded to Tom Emmer and the Minnesota Republican Party's call for the court to order counties to "reconcile" their election night vote totals.
Ramsey County asks the court to dismiss the GOP petition, saying Republicans are trying to "disenfranchise Minnesota voters," that their argument is "flawed in its reliance on outdated terminology," and that the "evidence presented does not support a claim of any 'error' or 'omission.'"
Here is the document filed by the county.
Anoka County also weighs in, essentially agreeing with Ramsey County. Here's their document.
Hennepin County has also responded. They say they did reconcile votes and voters and the court should deny the GOP petition.