Coleman files reply brief to Minnesota Supreme Court
Norm Coleman filed his reply brief to the Minnesota Supreme Court. Check it out here.
In response to Franken's claim that differing decisions by counties on absentee ballots didn't change the final outcome, Coleman said there were "widespread, deliberate disparities" between counties that did affect the final outcome of the race.
"Thousands of uncounted absentee ballots would have been accepted if judged by another Minnesota jurisdiction on Election Day," his team argues.
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