The polls were wrong in Alaska, and Sen. Ted Stevens remains in political limbo

Friday, November 07, 2008

Alaska's Senate race remains undecided three days after Election Day, and Senator Ted Stevens is still fighting to hold on to his seat after being convicted on seven counts of corruption in a federal court.

Guests:

Libby Casey

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