Nevertheless, from what we understand at this time, the numbers that are important are the numbers when the Minn. Sec. of State certifies the election. Let's hope that all the absentee ballots are counted, as they should be when an election is as close as this one.
That's all we want.
Count all the votes.
12/18/2008 @ 10:39 pmFiled by RAW STORY
The Minneapolis Star Tribune, having just wrapped it's own count of the ballots in question, is making a projection: After lengthy deliberations and plenty of nail-biting, Al Franken will become the Democrats' 59th man in the US Senate; the new junior Senator from Minnesota.
The paper predicts a final margin of just 89 votes, in Franken's favor.
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