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Op-Ed: Every Vote Counts ... Unless You Live In MN

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Op-Ed: Every Vote Counts ... Unless You Live In MN

Op-Ed: Every Vote Counts ... Unless You Live In MN

Op-Ed: Every Vote Counts ... Unless You Live In MN

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Minnesotans still don't know who will represent them in the Senate — Republican incumbent Norm Coleman or Democrat Al Franken. Votes have been counted and re-counted but the race is still too close to call. In a New York Times op-ed Charles Seife asks: Is it time to flip a coin?