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Democrat Al Franken now leads by 225 votes after adding 176 votes when absentee ballots were counted today in Minnesota
This wasn't such a slow political news day after all.Via the very cool site, TheUptake.org, I just watched the count of 933 absentee ballots in the Minnesota Senate race. Al Franken did much better than what most observers expected, picking up 176 votes. His lead over Republican Norm Coleman jumped from 49 votes to 225 votes. . .
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