Minnesota Senate Race Still Not Decided
Read Franken's Lips: "Loooooser"
Coleman held a 192-vote lead after the recount finished. But that doesn't account for more than 6,600 ballot challenges from the two campaigns. The results are muddied further by legal squabbles over Franken's push to include some rejected absentee ballots in the final count.
"Improperly rejected absentee ballots are simply another way of saying uncounted ballots," Franken campaign attorney Mark Elias said, who claims that Franken is the winner by four votes.