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In Minn., Election Campaign Continues

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In Minn., Election Campaign Continues

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In Minn., Election Campaign Continues

In Minn., Election Campaign Continues

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It's more than a week after Election Day and Minnesota still doesn't know who its next U.S. senator will be.

Both Republican incumbent Norm Coleman and his Democratic challenger, Al Franken, are holding almost daily news conferences, raising money for a recount fund and have hired election attorneys to guide them through what could be a monthlong recount.

Tom Scheck reports for Minnesota Public Radio

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