Monday, January 12, 2009
Wait Is This A Flip Flop
Or just a flop?
"Yesterday the voters spoke. We prevailed," Coleman said Wednesday at a news conference. He noted Franken could opt to waive the recount.
"It's up to him whether such a step is worth the tax dollars it will take to conduct," Coleman said, telling reporters he would "step back" if he were in Franken's position.
Norm Coleman November 6th
Sen. Norm Coleman said minutes ago that he will contest the result of the 2008 U.S. Senate election and take the result to court.
Coleman lost the final vote recount by 225 votes to Al Franken, who Monday declared victory after the State Canvassing Board declared he had won the most votes.
Coleman made his announcement at the State Office Building in a room across the hallway from the offices of Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, who chaired the Canvassing Board.
Norm Coleman January 6th.