IT'S GOOD TO BE IN N.D. Good news for Stuart, or is it?
The good news: The Associated Press is reporting that the Minnesota Surpreme Court has ruled on who should be declared a winner in its still-in-progress Senate race. That winner is Al Franken, but to ... Posted on 6/30/09 at 9:30 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Coleman considers future
Norm Coleman said he is focused on his U.S. Senate election fight, but has thought about his future if he does not return to the Senate.
“I think a little bit about what else is out there, what ... Posted on 4/17/09 at 1:52 AM
The extended recount of Minnesota’s U.S. Senate race was at times frustrating, at times infuriating. Now that it’s over, however, Minnesotans can reasonably look back at the process and characterize it as satisfying. After all, no matter what Republican mouthpieces say, it worked.
ST. PAUL – Nearly 3 million Minnesotans voted for a U.S. Senate candidate eight months ago, but in the end only five votes counted, those of state Supreme Court justices who Tuesday decided Al Franken will be the state’s second sitting U.S. senator.
Battle reaches top Minn. court today
ST. PAUL – Senate foes Al Franken and Norm Coleman stepped off Minnesota’s campaign trail last November after sinking $37 million into commercials, consultants and statewide tours.
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