Friday, December 12, 2008

Stop me if you've heard this before, part 2

The Coleman campaign pursuing litigation to stop the counting of previously rejected absentee ballots:
The campaign of Sen. Norm Coleman is taking its case to the state Supreme Court, asking the justices to order counties to follow a standard procedure in identifying wrongfully rejected absentee ballots. It is asking county officials to halt any counting of rejected absentee ballots from the U.S. Senate election until the justices can rule on the campaign's request.

The campaign said that it feared what it called a chaotic "Florida situation" and that it is likely to go to the court today.

In other words, in order to prevent what happened in Florida, we must take all steps to repeat what happened in Florida.

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