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Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie talks about the U.S. Senate recount and changes that should be made to improve the process. Looking on during a Friday forum is Sen. Ann Rest of New Hope, who will be a key figure in any bill lawmakers consider. Pioneer Photo/Don Davis

State officials look ahead to election law changes

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ST. PAUL - Minnesota election experts say the state's election law is among the best in the country, but the protracted U.S. Senate race proves it can be improved.

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The state needs to instill more confidence and stability into the absentee ballot process, Sen. Ann Rest, DFL-New Hope, told a University of Minnesota forum Friday.

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