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Friday, October 15, 2010

In every election season, there's a recount. Lessons from Bush and Franken.

Washington Post: "As the sun rises, final returns will begin to trickle in from the most remote precincts and the most disorganized counties. Problems with provisional ballots will emerge in some states. Issues with absentee ballots will develop in others. Disputes will crop up; battle lines will be drawn. And a recount -- or two or three -- will arise somewhere, throwing the results of the 2010 midterms into doubt and leaving the fate of the House or, more likely, the Senate up in the air."

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