It has been - and will continue to be - very interesting around this recount. On Midmorning today:
"The Minnesota Canvassing Board is expected to certify Al Franken the winner of the U.S. Senate race at its meeting this afternoon. But a likely legal challenge could leave the state with only one sitting senator for the foreseeable future."
- Midmorning 10:06 a.m. CT | 9:06 a.m. CT: Franken to be certified, but the Senate race outcome still unclear
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I'm just going to open this discussion up and let 'er go. Hopefully we can get some good quotes to use on air or on mpr.org, but you know the drill: This is an open discussion so you're welcome to link to news sites, articles, photos or even the videos that you recommend.
What do you think of the current state of the recount?
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