Dems see hope for regaining Alaska Senate seat

Oct 31, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Boston Globe

Democrats believe they can secure their first all-Democratic Senate delegation from Alaska in more than 40 years, with their once-overlooked nominee making a late charge and claiming the momentum is in his favor in a heated three-way contest.

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Billy Ringo

Toms River, NJ

#57 Nov 3, 2010
Joe teabagger had a 20-oint lead. Now, he can't even beat a write-in teabagger?

Since: Nov 08

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#58 Nov 3, 2010
Will wrote:
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Oh, and BTW....prove this claim. Support it with facts. C'mon, let's SEE 'em!
why, you haven't proven any of your lies, and I've ask you 40 times, well at least 23.
sam

Middletown, OH

#59 Nov 3, 2010
Both attempts were stopped- unlike 911 where over 3000 were murdered due to inaction.

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