Thursday, November 20, 2008

Minnesota Recount Update



The Minneapolis Star Tribune is keeping a real time update on the recount between Democrat Al Franken and Republican Norm Coleman. By following the attached link, interested parties can keep tabs on the status of this race. Most of the Minnesota counties have started today although others won't begin their recount until as late as December 3rd.

Crossposted

6 comments:

Dems Rule said...

Al Franken is clearly the winner already in so much as he is not a professional politician and is within a eyelash of beating his republic party contender..

bud said...

I find it rather curious that Franken extends his lead by the hour. Every adjustment seems to favor him. As a Democrat myself, I am pulling hard for Norm Coleman. Franken brings absolutely nothing to the table.

Daniel said...

And now George Soros is pouring money into Franken's efforts.

Since when is this the right thing to do?

bud said...

Another hour has past, another gain for Franken. The law of averages says Coleman should have errors in his favor as well. This whole "recount" stinks.

bud said...

Minus 10 for Coleman in the last hour. This really smells funny.

bud said...

With 82% of the precincts recounted, Coleman has a 231 vote advantage. Let's keep our fingers crossed.

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