I am glad that I wasn't the only person who noticed the changing numbers in the MN Senate race

The Minnesota Secretary of State is not engendering a lot of confidence. Of course, with his support of ACORN, he already had some trust issues.

St. Paul, Minn. — We've been hearing several different today for the margin of Norm Coleman's victory over Al Franken in Minnesota's U.S. Senate race last night; 725, 344, 694.

Whatever the number is, it's very small, and we'll be carefully watching the recount this razor-thin margin will trigger.

But we want to know why, with 100 percent of the precincts reporting, that number keeps changing. The man who knows is the man who will be the center of attention of a recount, Secretary of State Mark Ritchie. Ritchie talked to Tom Crann about this margin and the impending recount.

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Blogger Ken & Carol said...

But isn't simply shameful that a schmuck like Franken evem gets on the ballot? I can't believe something like that could happen in the great state of Minnesota. I thought you had to be nice to be allowed to live there.

11/05/2008 10:50 PM  
Blogger Derek said...

A "schmuck" like Franken? Excuse me "ken & carol", but do you even know anything about Norm Coleman? Do you know how he's switched party affiliations just to become elected? Did you know about all of his free travel given to him by lobbyists for oil companies? Have you seen the negative ads he's run against Franken that have been proven as lies and suddenly been pulled off the air? Did you see how he criticized the public memorial service for Paul Wellstone only days after his tragic death, then went on to win the election because his opponent has died?

Who's the "schmuck"? Oh, and by the way, we Minnesotans are nice, which is why we wouldn't let you move here.

11/06/2008 9:53 AM  

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