Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Minn.) still leads in his race against Al Franken, but with the recount almost halfway done after two days, that lead is shrinking.
Before the recount began, the two men were separated by 215 votes. At the end of the day Wednesday, it was 174 votes. By the end of counting Thursday, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Coleman led Franken by just 136 votes.
Over at Minnesota Public Radio, they've put together an interesting feature -- a game that lets you see examples of challenged ballots and give your opinion as to the voter's intention. It's clear that all of this is art, not science.