WASHINGTON (AP) — Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's close-up could be coming soon — whether he wants it or not. The Minnesota Supreme Court convenes next month to rule on the long-running Minnesota Senate race. Six months after the polls closed, Democrat Al Franken leads Republican Norm Coleman by a narrow margin after a statewide recount. Franken was declared the winner by a special court in Minnesota, but Coleman has appealed the case to the state Supreme Court.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Republican Norm Coleman on Friday gave Minnesota's Supreme Court a roadmap for counting more rejected absentee ballots in his disputed Senate race with Democrat Al Franken, asking justices to give voters the benefit of the doubt.
, May 15, 2009
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