Here’s some provisionally good news from Minnesota. Coleman spokesman/attorney Ben Ginsberg told reporters at a press conference that they expect to be done presenting their case by the end of this week.
Ginsberg did add, however, that this announcement came “with all the caveats about — heck, I don’t know what’ll end up happening.”
They don’t expect to be calling any more rejected voters, though — probably a good move, considering the judges singled out one of their witnesses as an example of an illegal voter.
After Coleman rests, the ball will be in Franken’s court. And after Franken rests, we’ll get a decision. And then…the appeals!
(Ginsberg press conference via The Uptake.)