Which will raise the inevitable question: Are they on the same page, Ted-wise?
UPDATE: OK, they're on the same page. Palin, who's with McCain in Hershey, Pa., today, is now calling for Stevens to quit, CNBC reports.
"Yesterday, Sen. Ted Stevens was found guilty of corruption. It is a sign of the health of our democracy that the people continue to hold their representatives to account for improper or illegal conduct, but this verdict is also a sign of the corruption and insider-dealing that has become so pervasive in our nation's capital.
"It is clear that Sen. Stevens has broken his trust with the people and that he should now step down. I hope that my colleagues in the Senate will be spurred by these events to redouble their efforts to end this kind of corruption once and for all."
Last night, in a statement issued before Stevens vowed to keep running, Palin stopped short of calling on Stevens to step aside, asking the 84-year-old Stevens to “do what’s right for the people of Alaska.”
Speaking earlier on MSNBC, a McCain/Palin spokesman emphasized their uni-ticket reponse: "They've been quite clear in their contempt for his behavior. I don't expect that they would cast their ballot for Ted Stevens if they were Alaska voters."