STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Notebook: Groups use gay marriage issue to raise campaign money
By Don Davis
Some say the gay marriage debate is behind Minnesotans, but it has a way of coming back again and again a year after Minnesotans voted to not ban same-sex marriage and four months after i... Posted on 11/25/13 at 9:03 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.
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