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I'm not sure anybody really expected Saxby Chambliss to be defeated in his runoff reelection bid in Georgia. We were hopeful that Jim Martin would win, but not surprised that he didn't. Minnesota's recount though, is a little more up in the air.
Despite cries of shenanigans by the right-wing, there doesn't seem to be any. If there were, wouldn't it be logical that Al Franken would have popped into the lead at some point? As it stands, Norm Coleman still leads, by as much as 350 or as little as 50. But that is before the challenged votes are ruled upon. I still think Franken would be a good Senator, and I can't stand Coleman, so I'm still crossing my fingers.
Franken campaign says recount margin down to 50 votes
Democratic Senate candidate Al Franken's campaign says he trails Republican incumbent Norm Coleman by just 50 votes as the recount of ballots in Minnesota nears its conclusion. . .
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