U.S. SENATE TRIAL: Judges won't rethink position on rejecting some absentee ballots
Judges presiding over the U.S. Senate election trial will not reconsider a decision to block some rejected absentee ballots from being reviewed for possible counting.
The three-judge panel this morning rejected Norm Coleman's request that the court reverse its ruling last week blocking at least 10 categories of ballots from being included in the trial. The court had said those ballots cannot be counted because they were not legally cast.
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