My latest recount scorecard is here.
Watching the recount has lost most of its charm. The challenged ballots today, as a fraction of residual votes, was 40%. Today’s precincts counted were the most Democratic counted thus far, by far (having given Franken 55% of the two-party vote, compared to 49% for the precincts counted before today.) If Coleman ends up losing (unlilkely at this point), he will be kicking himself for not trying to get more ballots forwarded to the state board earlier in the count, when the precincts being counted were from more Republican areas of the state.