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    An election observer records video on a smartphone as workers from the Maine Department of the Secretary of State sort ballots on Wednesday morning as the ranked-choice voting tally for 2nd Congressional District continues in the Elkins Building in Augusta.

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    Lee Goodman, attorney for Rep. Bruce Poliquin, speaks to the media after a hearing Wednesday in federal court in Bangor on Poliquin's challenge to ranked-choice voting in the 2nd Congressional District race.

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    Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap talks to reporters in the hallway outside the secure counting area late Wednesday morning as the ranked-choice voting tally for 2nd Congressional District continues in the Elkins Building in Augusta.

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    A worker from the Maine secretary of state's office cuts a wire band on a ballot box early Wednesday morning as the ranked-choice voting tally continues in Augusta.

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    Workers for the Maine Department of the Secretary of State wheel a cart of ballot boxes out of the storage room on Wednesday morning to continue counting ranked-choice votes for the 2nd Congressional District in the Elkins Building in Augusta.

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    Assistant Attorney General Phyllis Gardner enters the U.S. District Court.

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    Lee Goodman, front, attorney for Rep. Bruce Poliquin, leaves U.S. District Court in Bangor on Wednesday. Poliquin and three other voters are trying to block the ranked-choice voting tally in his 2nd Congressional District race.

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    James Monteleone, an attorney for the Committee for Ranked Choice Voting who also represents Tiffany Bond, one of two independent candidates in the 2nd Congressional District race, speaks to the media after a hearing at U.S. District Court in Bangor on Wednesday. “This is a frivolous effort to cast doubt on the lawful and constitutional use of ranked-choice voting in Maine,” Monteleone said Tuesday.

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    Lee Goodman, attorney for Rep. Bruce Poliquin, leaves U.S. District Court at the Margaret Chase Smith Federal Building & Courthouse in Bangor on Wednesday.

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