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Tuesday, June 30, 2009
By Steven L. Taylor

Via ABC News: Minnesota Supreme Court Backs Franken.

While the ruling does not automatically mean that Franken is the US Senator from Minnesota, as I suppose Coleman could try to go to the US Supreme Court, it strikes me that this should be the end of the line. There is no reasonable evidence to suggest that Coleman has a pray of prevailing. All that a continuation of the process would do, it would seem, is postpone the inevitable and extend the period of time that Minnesota is underrepresented in the Senate.

Update: Norm Coleman concedes Minnesota Senate race to Al Franken.

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One Response to “Senator Franken?”

  1. Alabama Moderate Says:

    Looks like as of this morning’s news, Coleman has conceded. At least that’s what I’m seeing on AP right now.


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