The race for state attorney general between Steve Cooley and Kamala Harris has come down to 150,000 uncounted votes statewide.
While Harris took thelead Monday, monitors are all over county registrars’ offices in the state checking ballots and trying to get their candidate an edge.
The state is required to certify the election by Nov. 30, but most analysts expect that no matter who wins, there will be legal challenges (not too unlike Bush v. Gore).
Calwatch reports that Cooley needs help from poll workers.
Meanwhile the SF Weekly reports that Harris believes Cooley poll workers are “http://blogs.sfweekly.com/thesnitch/2010/11/harris_cooley_vote_count.php.”