Gee, do you think the Alaska Disasta is gonna vote for ol' Ted? After all she did head up Stevens' 527 organization, don't cha know? Oh, you betcha. Here's some relevant details:
At the time Stevens revealed the existence of the 527 group -- a type of independent political corporation named for its the section of the tax code -- ethics experts questioned whether it was appropriate.
The Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call reported that several experts called the group an example of the fine legal line between a legal effort to conduct political activity and then-new prohibitions against raising unlimited soft-money.
Board members of Ted Stevens Excellence in Public Service were legally allowed to raise as much money as they wanted from corporations or unions or unlimited donations from individuals -- all of which would have been illegal for Stevens to do himself.
And of course Palin has stonewalled the IRS concerning just how much money the 527 raised.
Gee--what a "reformer" she is.