Minnesota Public Radio has some scans of rejected ballots in the Coleman/Franken race that officials are looking at and trying to decide who gets the vote.
Some of the voters are obviously, uh, “mentally challenged” if you will. Based on that fact alone I’d automatically give the vote to Franken, but I suppose that’s why I’m not picked to help decide these things.
Who gets the vote on questionable ballots? You be the judge.
Here are my two favorites:
David Letterman often says “There is no ‘off’ position on the genius switch,” but if you go into enough voting booths, you’ll find it.