* As of right now, Al Franken leads Norm Coleman by 50 votes.
* The Coleman campaign yesterday offered a list of rejected absentee ballots that they say should be counted, but they’re all from Republican strongholds. Coleman’s team is also gearing up to go after state election officials.
* CNN did a national poll on whether Caroline Kennedy is qualified to serve as a U.S. senator. A 52% majority said she is, while 42% said she isn’t. There was a sizable gender gap.
* Hopes that Gov. Kathleen Sebelius might run for the Senate in 2010 would be dashed if she becomes the chancellor of the University of Kansas, as is now rumored.
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