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Judge Allows 4,800 Rejected Absentee Votes in Franken-Coleman Recount

A three-judge panel announced Tuesday that they will accept 4,800 absentee votes previously rejected in the U.S. Senate election between Norm Coleman and Al Franken. During the initial recount these absentee votes were rejected for various apparent errors and other discrepancies but will are now considered fair play.

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