Democrats Still Need Georgia, Minnesota
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Democrats and Republicans are still anxiously awaiting the results of two unresolved Senate races.
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
In Georgia, no candidate won an outright majority in the balloting two weeks ago, and that has forced a runoff election set for December 2.
MONTAGNE: And in Minnesota, a statewide recount begins today in that state's tight Senate race.
INSKEEP: Right now, Republican incumbent Norm Coleman leads Democratic candidate Al Franken by 215 votes.
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