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Kristen Fuzer of Woodbury, left, looks at an enlarged copy of absentee ballot information on the opening day of the U.S. Senate election trial. Fuzer, political director for Norm Coleman's campaign, was the first witness called in the trial. At right is Kevin Hamilton, an attorney for Al Franken. (Pool photo by Ben Garvin, St. Paul Pioneer Press)

Woodbury woman part of Senate trial

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ST. PAUL - A Woodbury woman played a minor role in an early U.S. Senate election trial controversy.

Kristen Fuzer was the first witness in the trial, which started Monday. As Norm Coleman's campaign political director, Fuzer was called before the three-judge panel, campaign attorneys and a courtroom audience to answer questions about photocopies she helped make.

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