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Franken attempts to get rejected absentee ballots accepted

The Star Tribune has reported that U.S. Senate candidate Al Franken submitted 62 affidavits to accept absentee ballots that were allegedly wrongfully rejected.

This attempt followed a video released on YouTube by the campaign that highlighted seven Minnesotans who said their ballots were illegitimately rejected. Norm Coleman supporters said of the video that is was a, "shameless exploitation of individual Minnesotans in order to further their political agenda."

MinnPost reported
that as of today, 15,147 had viewed the YouTube video.