The Washington Times - December 30, 2008, 06:37AM

The campaigns of Republican Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken are are tussling over hundreds of unopened absentee ballots that could decide their U.S. Senate race in Minnesota, the AP is reporting.

Elections officials have identified 1,350 rejected ballots they now say should be counted. And Coleman’s campaign says there are an additional 650 ballots that should be added to his tally.

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My question is: Where are all these ballots coming from?  Florida?