Now Jesse Ventura is saying that he expects litigation to arise out of the Minnesota Senate race. He objects specifically to the fact that under Minnesota law, as we discussed earlier, absentee ballots cast for Coleman will naturally be counted for Coleman, while absentee ballots cast for Wellstone will not count for Mondale. “That to me right there creates an unfair election,” Ventura says. Ventura has usually sided with the Democrats throughout his four-year term, and could be a useful front man for the Democrats if they lose the election and decide to challenge the result in court.
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