Coleman proposes schedule and start date for election trial
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A three-judge panel has been chosen to hear the case. Franken is currently suing in hopes of being seated before the election contest is resolved. He is ahead by 225 votes after the state Canvassing Board certified ballot totals.
Though the group acknowledged that it had few concrete examples of actual double-counting, its attorney said he believes there "could be hundreds" of double-counted votes. At a late-morning news conference, the group said it would launch a website in hopes of getting other Minnesotans to join them. "My vote was disenfranchised" because of the double-counting, said Scott Walker, a Republican activist from St. Paul. "I am furious about that."
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