STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER State board approves Franson, Dahle recount victories
The State Canvassing Board certified the winners of two legislative election recounts during a brief Tuesday meeting.
Rep. Mary Franson, R-Alexandria, won by 12 votes over Democrat Bob Cunniff in t... Posted on 12/4/12 at 4:06 PM
Minnesota News ST. PAUL – Two Supreme Court justices appointed by Republican Gov Tim Pawlenty, two District Court judges and the Democratic secretary of state comprise a board that could decide who becomes Minnesota's next U.S. senator.
One hundred thirty seven thousand, three hundred and twenty three.
That’s the number of votes cast in Washington County during the Nov. 4 election. It’s also the number of votes Washington County elections teams will be recounting by hand.
Minnesota News ST. PAUL – Republican Sen. Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken agree ballots need to be preserved for a statewide recount in their U.S. Senate race, but their campaigns struggled to work out details.
Minnesota News ST. PAUL – Al Franken says a few hundred votes will separate him and incumbent U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman once all returns from Tuesday's vote are tallied, probably today, but what he called "irregularities" may be enough to erase that margin in a recount.
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