Despite Alaska Senate race results, Joe Miller presses on in principle

Much of America may have moved on, but Joe Miller has not. More than a week after the last vote was counted in Alaska's closely watched U.S. Senate race, the Republican nominee continues to press his case in court in hopes of grabbing back a victory that once seemed inevitable. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Jon Mitchell - Nov 28, 2010 - 9:39 AM PST
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Jon Mitchell
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by Jon Mitchell - Nov. 28, 2010

Helpful, informative update on where the Alaska Senate race stands now. It's realistic, but it includes the view from both camps.

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Fred Gatlin
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by Fred Gatlin - Nov. 28, 2010

This article shows the irrational position of Joe Miller the tea party candidate in Alaska. When he lost the recount he turned to the courts to try to throw out more ballots. The key is even if the contested ballots were all thrown out he would still lose.

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Chris Finnie
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by Chris Finnie - Nov. 29, 2010

To be more exact, if all of about 8,000 contested votes are thrown out, Senator Murkowski still wins by around 2,000 votes. Coleman is being kind. His race was much closer. And the reporter allows that to stand. Not really doing his journalist's job in my opinion.

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Roland F. Hirsch
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by Roland F. Hirsch - Nov. 28, 2010

This piece has modest journalistic merit. The main point is that it is about a topic of minor significance, thus rates at the bottom for relevance. It is significant is an indicator of how desperate the Democratic Party has become to distract from their catastrophic election losses this year, that their paper publishes a trivial piece like this.

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