During Bush's first term, I remember seeing you at the White House a number of times. Since that time, your relationship with the president changed dramatically. He's leaving and you are trying to hang on to power by nearly any means necessary.
The court made no comment on the merit of Coleman's claim that there are no uniform standards for counting the absentee ballots. It did refuse to grant a temporary restraining order.
On Friday the Board may take action on those ballots which could determine the outcome of Minnesota's very close US Senate race between Al Franken and Norm Coleman.
Brian Williams, NBC's talking head extraordinaire, is probably a decent guy, a guy with whom you could sit down and have a beer. [More on the alcohol...
The Minnesota's State Canvassing Board ruling left open the door for local election officials to sort through rejected absentee ballots and determine if any were improperly rejected.
The Al Franken campaign today produced ballots challenged by the Norm Coleman for Senate campaign and pointed out an interesting pattern.
Coleman's repeated attempts to stop the recount and tarnish the process are not only undemocratic, they're examples of why Minnesotans -- and the nation -- should hope the recount finds for Franken.
Tomorrow morning when the recount in Minnesota's very close US Senate race starts the score will be "zero to zero" according to Al Franken's campaign ...
Candidates endorsed or "A" rated by he NRA suffered losses in every region of the nation, up and down the ballot, losing not only the White House, but also at least six crucial races for the U.S. Senate.
The audit had some indications that getting more than a hundred county and local government units to follow certain standards and procedures in the anticipated recount may be difficult.
Minnesota has gotten unusually high marks from experts for its record of election oversight. The recount will test how well Minnesota's procedures hold up under the closest scrutiny.
The Georgia runoff will not just be about the chance to win one more seat in the Senate, it will be about winning the most crucial seat.
Setting aside whether or not a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate is a good or bad thing, the undecided races at this hour are quickly summarized below.
Though I lived in Minneapolis for a year to produce Al Franken's radio show, I am not an expert on local politics. But I do know that his Senate contest that was a statistical toss-up on Election Day remains one right now.
Senator Norm Coleman and his staff have been less than completely forthcoming in their responses to questions about Coleman's financial relationship w...
Al Franken now has another thing in common with the late Senator Paul Wellstone. They've both been sued by Senator Norm Coleman shortly before an ele...