Team Franken: “22 Votes Up” Sans Challenges


Wednesday the Al Franken Campaign claimed for the first time a razor thin lead, 22 votes, in the Minnesota Senate Recount. This is derived from their internal counting methodology which is based on assuming all challenges are invalid and counting each vote per the decision of the election officials at the county level.

The campaign also began unilaterally withdrawing challenges starting with 633 ballots. The +22 includes these withdrawn challenges. Here is a list of the withdrawn challenged ballots.

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Team Franken: “22 Votes Up” Sans Challenges


Wednesday the Al Franken Campaign claimed for the first time a razor thin lead, 22 votes, in the Minnesota Senate Recount. This is derived from their internal counting methodology which is based on assuming all challenges are invalid and counting each vote per the decision of the election officials at the county level.

The campaign also began unilaterally withdrawing challenges starting with 633 ballots. The +22 includes these withdrawn challenges. Here is a list of the withdrawn challenged ballots.

Comments are closed.

Team Franken: “22 Votes Up” Sans Challenges


Wednesday the Al Franken Campaign claimed for the first time a razor thin lead, 22 votes, in the Minnesota Senate Recount. This is derived from their internal counting methodology which is based on assuming all challenges are invalid and counting each vote per the decision of the election officials at the county level.

The campaign also began unilaterally withdrawing challenges starting with 633 ballots. The +22 includes these withdrawn challenges. Here is a list of the withdrawn challenged ballots.

Comments are closed.