Juneau, Alaska (CNN) – Amid dramatic new twists and turns in the nation's last, undecided Senate race enters a conservative with an activist past that is revered by some and reviled by others.
His political resume includes a current effort to impeach President Obama, the past Bill Clinton & Gennifer Flowers drama - and authoring one of the most notorious political attack ads in modern history, the "Willie Horton" ad.
Those elements are now being mentioned as fierce and mounting legal challenges play out, and as arguments over perfect name spellings and misspellings intensify, in the Alaska Senate battle.
Floyd Brown has signed on to help the Miller campaign amid the looming vote count between Republican incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski and GOP opponent, Joe Miller.
After laying out the campaign's way forward in a press conference from the site of the vote counting in Juneau on Thursday, Brown spoke exclusively to CNN.
On Friday, the Miller campaign intends to file another lawsuit in this race. Its suit from earlier this week was filed in a federal court. Friday's will be filed in a state court in Juneau.
The Miller campaign will file its newest case, "asking for the list of voters, where we're going to do a complete and full audit, and make sure that the ballots counted in each precinct actually number with the people that signed on the voter rolls," Brown announced to reporters.
"We've requested it repeatedly, for a number of days," Brown continued, referring to the state's Division of Elections. "And they've consistently refused to give it to us."
Brown also laid out another potentially explosive concern: the Miller campaign is worried about potential voter fraud and threats.
"There have been serious allegations of fraud. Allegations of voter intimidation, voter bullying," Brown said. He said voters have been phoning some talk radio outlets with personal stories. Brown also mentioned a signed affidavit that alleges voter fraud from a poll watcher from Fairbanks.
"A lot of them have been threatened with their livelihoods," Brown said of potential vote abuse victims.
"The stories of manipulation are just mind boggling."
The campaign set up a hotline to feed stories from voters to law enforcement.
Kevin Sweeney, Murkowski campaign manager, swiftly responded in a press conference.
"We remain confident that 98-percent of all the votes that have been cast as a write-in are being credited for Lisa Murkowski," Sweeney said.
Currently, they've counted just over 45,000 of the roughly 92,000 write-in ballots they've gotten so far, the Division of Elections has "sorted" nearly 98-percent into stacks as votes for Murkowski. The tallies are unofficial – none have been added to any candidate's actual vote until the legal battle over them plays out.
Sweeney added, "Faced with those same numbers…it appears that for the Miller campaign it's become desperation time."
Regarding voter stories of fraud, Sweeney accused Brown of "making accusations without giving any meat to those accusations."
Meanwhile could Brown, as the messenger for these claims, distract from the Miller campaign's message?
In the exclusive interview with CNN, Brown talked about his brushes with controversy.
Brown said that as private citizen he is "involved in" an effort to impeach President Obama. One of its vehicles is the website, "Impeachobamacampaign.com."
CNN pressed Brown on the grounds for impeaching the president.
"On a number of different grounds," Brown said, referring CNN to read the website.
The site claims that President Obama, "Unlawfully exercised the authority of his office to take private property for public use" and "Unlawfully interfered with the management of private companies for the purpose of achieving government control of them."
Brown is also behind another website, "Exposeobama.com" which calls the president a failure.
Perhaps Brown's most notorious campaigns come from the past.
In 1988, he produced the "Willie Horton" advertisement that slammed Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis as allowing "murderers to have weekend passes." It then tied Dukakis' action to Willie Horton, an African-American convicted felon who committed another rape while on a weekend furlough. Many feel the ad was devastating politically to Dukakis' presidential campaign.
Brown was also involved in bringing allegations of then-candidate Bill Clinton's infidelities with Gennifer Flowers to light. He continued to be a thorn in President Clinton's side throughout his presidency investigating the Whitewater land deal among other issues up and through Clinton's impeachment.
In the exclusive interview with CNN, Brown talked about any focus on his past in relation to the current Alaska Senate battle.
"It's off focus," he said, "…because this entire effort up here is focused on Lisa Murkowski versus Joe Miller."
Brown continued: "Leftists love to blog about my background. Leftists love to, you know, take shots at me…I really don't respect what they think."