Another Twin City precinct found another problem with their count of Senate ballots on election day. According to this article, Minneaplis has come up 133 ballots short in their recount, of the ballots that they recorded on election night. The Election Director came up with another lame excuse for how that “could” have happened and said she would verify the new numbers with Secretary of State. The reduction of the 133 ballots provided Coleman with a net pick up of 44 votes (apparently Franken had a 44 vote advantage in the 133 nonexistent ballots).
Minnesota has consistently been in the top 5 states of highschool graduation rates. It is similarly rated for college graduates. Apparently none of the folks in these “oops precincts” have accplished either of those mile stones.