Election Coverage from MPR

The FEC said today that Norm Coleman can use campaign funds to pay legal fees arising from allegations that a supporter funneled money to Coleman through his wife's employer. (06/25/2009)
The fundraising committee for Senate Republicans has invested heavily in Norm Coleman's ongoing battle in Minnesota, including about $938,000 last month alone. (06/23/2009)
Journalist Richard Wolffe was given extraordinary access to Barack Obama's presidential campaign. His new book chronicles Obama's evolution as a candidate and the moments that shaped his campaign. (Midmorning, 06/19/2009)
It's been two weeks since the Minnesota Supreme Court heard the arguments. And there's still no ruling. (06/15/2009)
A three-judge panel has ordered Norm Coleman to pay Al Franken nearly $95,000 related to Coleman's lawsuit over the still-unresolved U.S. Senate race. (06/10/2009)
Nearly seven months after Minnesotans cast their ballots in a Senate election, the state's unresolved race -- the longest running recount in Minnesota history -- is now in the hands of five state Supreme Court justices. (06/01/2009)


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