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Franken reportedly ahead by 22 votes in recount.

By Satyam Khanna on December 3, 2008 at 3:54 pm

"Franken reportedly ahead by 22 votes in recount."

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Democratic senatorial candidate Al Franken has “unexpectedly picked up 37 votes due to a combined machine malfunction and human error on Election Day.” Today, Franken’s counsel Marc Elias said Franken is now up 22 votes, with “approximately 138,000 ballots left to count.” “This would be the first time that Franken has claimed a lead in this drawn-out process,” notes TPM.

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