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    Former President Donald Trump endorsed Republican Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s 2022 primary challenger, Kelly Tshibaka, Friday. Trump released a statement from the Save America PAC in which the former president slammed Murkowski and said Tshibaka can beat her in the primary, giving her his full endorsement. “Lisa Murkowski is bad for Alaska. Her vote to confirm Biden’s Interior Secretary was a...
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    Savannah Rychcik April 23, 2021 0 Comments Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) is sharing which one of his Republican colleagues he would endorse “in a heartbeat.” He told POLITICO’s Playbook Deep Dive podcast he would support Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s (R-Alaska) 2022 reelection campaign “in a heartbeat.” Manchin said of Murkowski in a joint interview, “I’ve met a lot of good...
    (CNN)West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin endorsed Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski on Friday, bucking his own Democratic party and underscoring Murkowski's reputation as one of the few Republican moderates left in the Senate."I've met a lot of good people in Alaska, they know when they've got the real deal. And they see the person that basically is bringing both sides together,...
    Sen. Joe ManchinJoe ManchinOn The Money: White House sees GOP infrastructure plan as starting point | Biden to propose capital gains tax hike House approves bill to make DC a state NRA unveils ad campaign to push back on Biden's gun agenda MORE (D-W.Va.) said he would endorse GOP Sen. Lisa MurkowskiLisa Ann MurkowskiThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by...
    Republican Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski had her first Republican challenger announce she will be taking her on in 2022 Monday. Alaska’s Commissioner of Administration Kelly Tshibaka announced Monday morning that she will run against Murkowski, making her the first Republican to throw her hat in the ring against the incumbent. “I’M IN! I am running for the Senate to represent...
    Sen. Dan SullivanDaniel Scott SullivanSunday shows preview: Spotlight on Georgia voting law; lawmakers tackle gun violence, border surge Vivek Murthy confirmed as surgeon general The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Split screen: Biden sells stimulus; GOP highlights border MORE (R) on Sunday said he would support the reelection of Sen. Lisa MurkowskiLisa Ann MurkowskiSenators urge Energy chief...
    Sen. Rick Scott of Florida is expected to meet with former President Donald Trump this week for an informal check-in and strategic meeting to win back Congress in the 2022 midterms. Scott is expected to provide an update on fundraising efforts and discuss plans for how Republicans can successfully win back the Senate, including how Trump can aid in that...
    DONALD Trump has vowed to campaign against "disloyal" GOP Sen Lisa Murkowski after she "struggled" to support him in the past. The former president said Murkowski - who has held her seat since 2002 - represents Alaska "badly" and he will not be endorsing her in her reelection bid next year. 4President Donald Trump pictured with Lisa Murkowski in June...
    Alaska state Rep. Louise Stutes (R), the new speaker of the state House elected with bipartisan support. The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● AK State House:...
    Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R, called on President Trump to resign Friday and questioned her future within the Republican Party.  "I want him to resign. I want him out. He has caused enough damage," Murkowski said in an interview, according to the Anchorage Daily News.  "I think he should leave. He said he’s not going to show up. He’s not going...
            by Andrew Trusnky  Republican Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan won reelection Tuesday, multiple outlets reported. Sullivan, who was first elected in 2014, was ahead of Independent Al Gross by 20 points when the race was called, leading 57% to 37%. Though Sullivan held a small but consistent lead over Gross, the race narrowed in the final weeks...
    Alaska Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan has won re-election in an apparent landslide over independent challenger Al Gross, putting the GOP another step closer to keeping control of the upper chamber. Sullivan's victory means the GOP is projected to hold 50 Senate seats—one short of a majority—in the 2021 Congress. Democrats currently hold 48 seats, meaning the two remaining Senate...
    WASHINGTON – Control of the Senate won’t be decided until the new year after Republicans won a seat in Alaska on Wednesday. Neither party can lock the majority until January runoffs in Georgia. Incumbent Alaska GOP Sen. Dan Sullivan defeated Al Gross, an independent running as a Democrat. With Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, Republicans are still short of...
    By LISA MASCARO, AP Congressional Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP) — Control of the Senate won’t be decided until the new year after Republicans won a seat in Alaska on Wednesday. Neither party can lock the majority until January runoffs in Georgia. Incumbent Alaska GOP Sen. Dan Sullivan defeated Al Gross, an independent running as a Democrat. With Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s...
    Alaska Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan on Wednesday won reelection over Democratic challenger Al Gross, putting Republicans at 50 seats in the U.S. Senate compared to Democrats' 48, according to a projection from the Associated Press. The results came eight days after Election Day. Sullivan was ahead of Gross by about 20 points Wednesday, according to results. "I want to congratulate my fellow Marine,...
    Republican Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan won reelection Tuesday, multiple outlets reported. Sullivan, who was first elected in 2014, was ahead of Independent Al Gross by 20 points when the race was called, leading 57% to 37%. Though Sullivan held a small but consistent lead over Gross, the race narrowed in the final weeks before the election, polls showed. Gross’s campaign...
    Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan won his reelection in Alaska to hold onto his Senate seat for another six-year term. The race was projected in Sullivan's favor by several news outlets on Wednesday, including NBC and CNN. Sullivan's victory marks the 50th win for Republicans in the Senate. As of Tuesday, Republicans secured 49 seats for the next Senate, indicating...
    Al Gross could sell pine needles to a Sasquatch, but for now he's trying to sell himself as a senator — and voters in Alaska could just take him up on his offer. Al Gross was born at the base of Mount Juneau after an avalanche. He says he bought...
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    WASHINGTON (AP) — GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska says she doesn’t support taking up Supreme Court nomination so close to the election. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    President Donald Trump took a slap at potential dissenter Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski Sunday, as he kept up his pressure campaign on his own party and prepared to nominate a Supreme Court Justice in an upended election.  The president kept his comments brief, penning a simple 'No thanks!' as he retweeted a promotion by the Alaska Chamber of Commerce speech...
    LEADING OFF ● AK State House: A coalition of 15 Democrats, two independents, and five Republicans (known as the House Majority Caucus) currently run Alaska’s 40-person House of Representatives, but at least one of these renegade Republicans lost renomination on Tuesday while two others are in trouble. We won’t have complete results for a while, though, because the Alaska Division of Elections...
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