The state is not only allowing a convicted felon to run for Senator, but also to vote. Based, of course, on one condition:
The Alaska Department of Law on Wednesday concluded thatIdiocracy, Part 4. This series will be a long, painful one....
(convicted felon Ted Stevens) would retain his voting rights until he received a sentence.
To quote a state GOP official: "The situation's the situation." Must be that proximity to Russia.