Election Official Rules on “Frivolous” Challenges


On Day 1 of the Minnesota Senate Recount between Al Franken and Senator Norm Coleman most recount locations ran smoothly and politely. However, there was a small amount of tension at the recount location in Ramsey County. Coleman campaign representative Bob Murray challenged two ballots that were for Franken. Ramsey County Elections Directory Joe Mansky declared the challenges “frivolous” and accepted the ballots for Franken. Franken’s campaign representative had challenged one ballot for Coleman. Manksy held the ballot for Coleman and Franken’s representative withdrew the challenge in deference to Manksy’s decision

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Election Official Rules on “Frivolous” Challenges


On Day 1 of the Minnesota Senate Recount between Al Franken and Senator Norm Coleman most recount locations ran smoothly and politely. However, there was a small amount of tension at the recount location in Ramsey County. Coleman campaign representative Bob Murray challenged two ballots that were for Franken. Ramsey County Elections Directory Joe Mansky declared the challenges “frivolous” and accepted the ballots for Franken. Franken’s campaign representative had challenged one ballot for Coleman. Manksy held the ballot for Coleman and Franken’s representative withdrew the challenge in deference to Manksy’s decision

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Election Official Rules on “Frivolous” Challenges


On Day 1 of the Minnesota Senate Recount between Al Franken and Senator Norm Coleman most recount locations ran smoothly and politely. However, there was a small amount of tension at the recount location in Ramsey County. Coleman campaign representative Bob Murray challenged two ballots that were for Franken. Ramsey County Elections Directory Joe Mansky declared the challenges “frivolous” and accepted the ballots for Franken. Franken’s campaign representative had challenged one ballot for Coleman. Manksy held the ballot for Coleman and Franken’s representative withdrew the challenge in deference to Manksy’s decision

Comments are closed.