|Elections in Alaska|
The 2002 United States Senate election in Alaska was held on November 5, 2002. Incumbent Republican United States Senator Ted Stevens ran for and won a sixth term in the United States Senate. He faced perennial candidate Frank Vondersaar, the Democratic nominee, journalist Jim Sykes, the Green Party nominee, and several other independent candidates in his bid for re-election. Ultimately, Stevens crushed his opponents to win what would be his last term in the Senate, allowing him to win with the largest margin of victory for any Senate election in Alaska, as well as the highest percentage of the vote in any of his elections.
|Republican||Ted Stevens (Incumbent)||64,315||88.94%|
|Green||Thomas M. Higgins||360||23.35%|
|Sabato's Crystal Ball||Safe R||November 4, 2002|
|Republican||Ted Stevens (Incumbent)||179,438||78.17%||+1.46%|