|Photo from Jonathon for State House FB page|
The left side (red numbers) are the original tally and the right side (purple) are the recount, which isn't totaled in the photo. The absentee votes are missing in the whiteboard, but below is the final count from the Division of Elections website.
The Republican dominated (4-1) Redistricting Board did get approval for their plan from the Department of Justice, and clearly they were not trying to bump off a Republican incumbent, but that is the result. The redistricting plan that established the voting districts for the November 2012 election was approved as a temporary plan to be reviewed further by the Alaska Supreme Court. There just wasn't enough time to get a permanent plan approved. The plaintiffs who originally sued have challenged the plan again after the election, so there is a chance that districts may yet change before the next election.