MN Sen: With 5k Votes Back on Table, Coleman's Got a Shot

by Benjamin Domenech on 7:49 am February 4, 2009

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The judges in Minnesota’s Senate election trial threw Republican Norm Coleman a lifeline on Tuesday, opening the door to adding nearly 5,000 rejected absentee ballots to a race that Democrat Al Franken leads by just 225 votes.

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