Just 3,000 rejected Minn. ballots
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- A top Minnesota election official says the pool of rejected absentee ballots is about 3,000, far less than the vote gap in the undecided governor's race.
State Elections Director Gary Poser told The Associated Press today that the number could be even smaller if voters behind the denied early ballots cast a new one in person.
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