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Fredrick Amara, a witness for Republican Norm Coleman, testifies Tuesday during the U.S. Senate recount trial in St. Paul. Norm Coleman said Wednesday that a new election may be the only way to determine who actually won the U.S. Senate race in last November's general election. AP Photo/Bruce Bisping, Pool

Pessimistic Coleman says the only way to determine Senate winner may be to conduct entirely new election

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ST. PAUL -- Norm Coleman says it may not be possible for the U.S. Senate election trial judges to determine who won the race, adding there is a chance judges might need to order a new election.


There are more "illegal" votes in the tally than the 225 votes that separate him from Al Franken, the former Republican senator said Tuesday.

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