VSL:WEB // See what’s wrong with the vote in Minnesota

Believe it or not, ballots in Minnesota’s U.S. Senate race are still being argued over. Now Minnesota Public Radio’s letting you decide whether the contested votes were cast for Republican incumbent Norm Coleman or for his challenger, Al Franken.

Here, a voter filled in Franken’s oval but drew an inexplicable arrow pointing to Coleman’s. There, a ballot that was marked in pencil and pen raised a red flag. One ballot seemed to involve a mid-vote ballpoint-pen explosion. Click below to see them — and others — and any lingering doubts you’ve had about electronic voting might just evaporate.

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VSL:WEB // See what’s wrong with the vote in Minnesota