Joe Miller

There may be more to Joe Miller's fight over ballots in Alaska's U.S. Senate race than the self-proclaimed protector of the people is willing to admit. And in this latest battle he may be his own worst enemy, analysts warn.Jill Burke
U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller's former employer -- the Fairbanks North Star Borough -- says it may pursue criminal charges over e-mails that went missing in the weeks leading up to his abrupt resignation.Jill Burke
A judge who resides closer to Seattle than to Anchorage will oversee Joe Miller's ballot fight, unless he, like two judges before him, gets the boot.Jill Burke
Joe Miller -- the GOP candidate who refuses to concede in Alaska's U.S. Senate race -- had his day in court Monday, joined by supporters and critics and ordinary Alaskans. Here's what happened.Tom Hewitt
Joe Miller is continuing his fight over the outcome of Alaska's U.S. Senate race as a state judge moves the case from Fairbanks to Juneau. "It's not about winning or losing. It's about having a clear process of how the votes are counted," Miller says.Jill Burke
A Fairbanks judge has ruled that Joe Miller's legal challenges to the state's ballot count in the U.S. Senate race should be heard in Juneau.Jill Burke
Alaska Republican Party chairman Randy Ruedrich has again declared Lisa Murkowski the winner in the U.S. Senate race. And he has this to say about Joe Miller: "I am troubled by the unfounded concerns and inaccurate claims expressed by the Joe Miller campaign."Craig Medred
Alaska's chief election overseer claims that if unanswered, "baseless" accusations from Senate candidate's campaign could make public lose trust in the election.Craig Medred
The Alaska Division of Elections didn't follow the rules during the vote count in the U.S. Senate race, says GOP candidate Joe Miller. "We can't be making up stuff as we go along."Craig Medred
Cartoonist Peter Dunlap-Shohl on Joe Miller's post-election fight for U.S. Senate.Peter Dunlap-Shohl
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