All counties have now complied with the court order to supply absentee ballots that were previously rejected but which are legal under Minnesota law. There are 387 and the 3 judge panel is expected to open and count them this week. Since Democrat Franken leads Republican Coleman by 225 votes, Coleman would need 79% of these absentee ballots to win. That is extremely unlikely, so Coleman has already said he will appeal to the Minnesota Supreme Court. Don’t see no fat lady yet!