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Coleman Camp Looking For Voters -- By Printing Their Names

This list includes everyone from Dennis Peterson, who we'd previously reported had his ballot vetoed and kept out of the count by the Coleman camp themselves, to Douglas Thompson, the friendly Coleman witness who admitted that he obtained his ballot through his girlfriend forging his signature on the application.

And remember, the Coleman campaign's position until the last few weeks was that none of these ballots should ever be counted. It wasn't until some of the ballots that the local officials had decided were improperly rejected the first time around started coming in, that the Coleman camp started actively looking for voters to put into the count.

It doesn't appear at first glance that this information was legally confidential before now -- anyone with the time and resources could have put it together -- but no campaign had previously taken the step of publicizing it to this degree in a public data-dump.

Back in November and December, the Franken campaign was publicizing individuals who had their ballots rejected. But these were all people who spoke with the Franken campaign and either consented or directly participated in the publicity.

There is also some question over whether the Coleman camp faked a Web site crash as a way of publicizing that they were launching this site.