Posted on Sat, Nov. 15, 2008
last updated: November 15, 2008 03:21:58 PM
The closest race of this fall's election in Alaska drew even tighter Friday night, as Rep. Mike Kelly's lead on Democratic challenger Karl Kassel narrowed to a single vote.
Kelly, a Fairbanks Republican trying for his third term in the Legislature, has 5,000 votes.
The what-ifs were already creeping into Kassel's mind Friday night as he learned the latest count.
"It's pretty frustrating to miss by such a close margin, but I could probably explain 50 different ways that I could have gotten one more vote," he said.
It might still be out there -- in the mail.
Read the full story at adn.com.