Seven-term veteran Ted Stevens is having the worst reelection campaign of his career. He's under investigation by the FBI for allegations of corruption. Bill Allen, former CEO of the oil field services company VECO, testified last month that he had VECO employees renovate Stevens' Anchorage home for virtually nothing. Allen and another former employee have already pled guilty to bribing Alaska state legislators, but Stevens insists he paid for the renovations. Possible retirement rumors abound, though the octogenarian has so far said he intends to remain in office after he proves his innocence. And while the Alaska Democratic Party is not the biggest, or best organized of groups, Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich is popular and is weighing a run.