Posted: February 17, 2009
Coleman side wants court to reconsider Friday's order on the 19 categories
Coleman's legal team has sent a letter requesting permission to file a motion asking the court to reconsider parts of their order on the 19 categories of absentee ballots. The letter asks that the court use the same standards that most of the counties and municipalities used on election day. The letter also says that, if Friday's order is followed, different standards will be used in evaluating the outstanding absentee ballots than were used to evaluate the Nauen voters' ballots and the 933 ballots that were deemed valid by the counties and the campaigns after the second review ordered by the Minnesota Supreme Court. See the MinnPost.com coverage here and our case page here.