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Coleman Comeback? From the 'It Ain't Over Till It's Over' File...

Regarding the ongoing Norm Coleman/Al Franken battle in MN, The Atlantic's Marc Ambinder has new post titled: Provocation of The Day: Coleman Could Still Win
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He goes on to write that, "In some ways, Al Franken's 225 vote lead the Minnesota Senate race is an illusory number."  Upon reading his piece, it is easy to see a scenario where Coleman could, in fact, still retain his senate seat.

Meanwhile, Democratic Senator Tim Johnson says Congress should stay out of the decision.

... It's hard to tell where this is headed, but a few days ago, all the talk was that this was a done deal -- and that Franken would be seated.  Now, the momentum appears to have swung a bit toward Coleman.  Stay tuned...

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