Monday, December 15, 2008

Minnesota update: Coleman seeks delay of recount until rules are established

According to The Hill, Norm Coleman wants the MN Supreme Court to stop the recount until consistent rules in the way challenged ballots will be scrutinized, handled and counted can be established. In addition, the Coleman camp alleges there are "hundreds" of ballots which have been double counted and is asking them to be reconsidered.

Undoubtedly, Al Franken, the alleged comedian, will break out the tired Democrat tactic of accusing Coleman of trying to "disenfranchise" Minnesota voters. Has it gotten ugly yet?

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