As Minnesotans head to the polls, it’s unclear whether some absentee ballots will be counted if they don’t arrive at election offices today (Tues). It’s because of a federal court ruling, and Hamline University Professor David Schultz says whether that legal battle continues in Minnesota depends on the margin of victory in the presidential race:

“Let us say somebody wins the state of Minnesota by, let’s say, 400-thousand votes and there are 200-thousand absentee ballots that haven’t been counted. There’s less likelihood that a person’s gonna make a legal challenge at that point.”

Join Schultz and the M-N-N team as the returns come in, tonight (Tues) beginning at 8:15 right here on KTOE.