In an obvious case of no s*** polling, Alaska pollsters think that Ted “bridge to nowhere” Stevens might have a hard time winning the Republican Senate primary in Alaska. Why you ask? Well it could have something to do with the seven count felony indictment that was handed down today:
The seven-count indictment charges Stevens with making false statements by failing to disclose “things of value” he received from Veco Corp., the now-defunct Alaska-based oil services and construction company, and from its chairman, Bill Allen, over an eight-year period.
At the same time, according to the indictment, Stevens received solicitations for official actions from Allen and other Veco employees, and used his office on behalf of Veco.
But then that would just be a guess on my part…