U.S. Senate Check-In
Polls are about to close in Alaska where most prognosticators expect longtime Sen. Ted Stevens to lose to Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich, following his conviction. ...
Polls are about to close in Alaska where most prognosticators expect longtime Sen. Ted Stevens to lose to Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich, following his conviction.
Democrats have gained five seats thus far. Among other targeted GOP incumbents, Saxby Chambliss is ahead in Georgia, Norm Coleman is narrowly ahead in Minnesota and Gordon Smith is a few thousand votes behind Oregon House Speaker Jeff Merkley.
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