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Senate election trial: Coleman, Franken sides trade shot after shot

Norm Coleman lawyer/spokesman Ben Ginsberg is “particularly surprised” that the Al Franken side won’t join the Coleman side in re-evaluating 12,000 absentee ballots.
Ginsberg says the three-judge panel should get a chance to include the previously

Norm Coleman lawyer/spokesman Ben Ginsberg is “particularly surprised” that the Al Franken side won’t join the Coleman side in re-evaluating 12,000 absentee ballots.

Ginsberg says the three-judge panel should get a chance to include the previously (and, perhaps wrongly) rejected absentee ballots in the trial. The trial is supposed to evaluate evidence and do it anew vs. the previous phase of the State Canvassing board.

“What are they afraid of?” Ginsberg asked of the Franken side and its position to not agree to the do-over.

Ginsberg’s comments follow an earlier response from the Franken forces.