ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Alaska Senate hopeful Joe Miller is gearing up for the fight over write-in ballots, trying to raise money for what his campaign calls the "fight for conservative votes."
It wasn't immediately clear how much the campaign hopes to raise. The front page of his website features contribution information.
Miller, who finished behind write-in votes by a margin of 41 percent to 34 percent in initial returns, has conceded nothing. And his campaign has urged patience, with the counting of absentee and write-in ballots set to begin next week.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who ran as a write-in, has set up a legal team led Ben Ginsberg, a key figure in the 2000 Florida recount for George W. Bush.