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Convicted Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens Loses Election in Final Count

Sen. Ted Steven’s luck is running dry. With that in mind, can he overturn his conviction?

Sen. Ted Stevens

Sen. Ted Stevens

By Sean Cockerham
Anchorage Daily News
ANCHORAGE — The Democratic Anchorage mayor widened his lead to 3,724 votes in today’s counting of absentee and questioned ballots. The only votes left to count are approximately 2,500 special absentees from people living outside the U.S. or in remote parts of Alaska with no polling place.
The state will count those final ballots on Nov. 25.
Begich issued a statement just before 5 p.m. claiming victory, saying “I am humbled and honored to serve Alaska in the United States Senate.”
He said around 5:30 p.m. that he hadn’t heard from Stevens, and noted it was after 9 p.m. in Washington.
“I would assume I would hear from him probably tomorrow,” Begich said.
Neither Stevens nor his campaign has issued a statement.
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