Bishop wins after night of uncertainty

Nov 4, 2010 Read more: The Albany Herald
The question hit U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop like a sledgehammer. "No, I'm not thinking at all about conceding this race," he said sharply, stepping away momentarily from the crowd gathered around a computer screen giving updates on his race with Republican challenger Mike Keown. Read more


#1 Nov 5, 2010
I wonder just how many of the votes in favor or Sanford Bishop are from the dead? This happened in the Presidential election, and I
would not doubt the same for the congressional vote. I cannot believe there was a 15,000 to 20,000 tunaround in an hour or two.
Something smells here, but that's nothing unusual with the democrats!

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