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Senator and Mrs. Ted Stevens

Senator and Mrs. Stevens during their visit to the National Zoo. To view more photos from their trip, click on the photo above.

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Welcome to my home page on the World Wide Web. I'm pleased to offer this page as a service to my constituents and others who are interested in my activities on behalf of Alaska in the United States Senate. I encourage you to e-mail me or write me at the address below. Please be sure to include a return mailing address and phone number with all correspondence.

Sincerely,

Senator Ted Stevens

The Honorable Ted Stevens
United States Senate
522 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
(202) 224-3004
(202) 224-2354 FAX

November 10, 2006
Senator Stevens Reflects on Veterans' Day
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) today made the following statement in honor of Veterans' Day: “Sixty years ago I returned home from World War II, having served alongside men and women who later became known as our ‘Greatest Generation.’ I am still humbled by their patriotism a... Read More>>

September 29, 2006
Senate Approves 2007 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill
The U.S. Senate today passed the House-Senate Conference Committee Report for the $34.8 billion Fiscal Year 2007 Homeland Security Appropriations bill. The conference report, which included several provisions that benefit Alaska, passed by voice vote and will now go to the President for his signatu... Read More>>

September 29, 2006
Congress Approves Fiscal Year 2007 Defense Appropriations Conference Report
The U.S. Senate today passed the House-Senate Conference Committee Report for the Fiscal Year 2007 Defense Appropriations bill. The conference report passed by a vote of 100-0 and will now go to the President for his signature. The $436.6 billion Defense Appropriations bill provides a 2.2 percent a... Read More>>