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2010: Move it along…

ALASKA: “A state court judge has set arguments for next week in Republican Joe Miller's challenge of the Alaska U.S. Senate race,” the AP writes. “Judge William Carey, in granting the state's request for an expedited hearing, says there's a need to resolve the matter as soon as possible.”

MINNESOTA: “Former U.S. Sen. Mark Dayton, top vote-getter in the disputed Minnesota governor's race so far, told a meeting of the Democratic Governors Association on Wednesday that he's confident he will be the state's next governor,” the Minneapolis Star Tribune writes. “‘We don't believe in boring, conventional elections in Minnesota any longer,’ Dayton told the annual gathering, where he was careful not to be introduced as a ‘governor-elect.’”

NEW YORK: NY-1: “New York Rep. Tim Bishop increased his lead over Republican challenger Randy Altschuler in the undecided 1st district race on Wednesday,” The Hill writes. “After a judge reviewed some of the contested ballots and allowed 160 previously uncounted votes to be tallied, Bishop's lead grew to 259 votes.”