This Is Not Florida
Jay Weiner recalls the 2008 election for Minnesota’s U.S. Senate seat between Democrat Al Franken and Republican incumbent Norm Coleman and the subsequent eight-month ballot recount. Mr. Weiner examines the legal challenges by both sides throughout the recount process and the eventual declaration of Al Franken as the winner by 312 votes out of 2.9 million cast. Jay Weiner discussed his book at the University of Minnesota Bookstore in Minneapolis. close
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