Poll: Majority of Minnesota Voters No Longer Remember Who They Voted For

As newly anointed Minnesota Senator Al Franken prepares to take his seat in Washington, a new survey published today indicates that a majority of Minnesota voters can no longer remember whether or not they voted for him.

"This is clearly a casualty of the long legal aftermath of the Senate election," says Davis Logsdon, who conducted the survey for University of Minnesota's Opinion Research institute. "There's been a lot of short-term memory loss."

Norm Coleman's decision to concede got a thumbs-up yesterday from an unlikely source: Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

"Other losers could learn a lot from him," the Ayatollah said.
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