Hillary Clintonâ€™s polling surge is showing no signs of fading. She leads Donald Trump, on average, by about 7 percentage points in national polls, and is an 83-percent favorite to win on Nov. 8.
In keeping with our values as Alaskans and Americans, I hope that Lisa Murkowski joins me in saying loud and clear, â€œDonald Trump is unfit to be President of the United States.â€
The Latest on reaction by Alaska’s U.S. senators to comments by GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Alaska Republican U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan on Monday condemned comments from his partyâ€™s presidential nominee about the parents of a decorated Army captain killed in Iraq.
The latest FiveThirtyEight forecast shows the election still likely to be won by Hillary Clinton. The forecast shows Clinton would win 283 electoral votes compared to Hillary Trumpâ€™s 255.
It was a shocking moment, but delegates shouldnâ€™t have been shocked by the comments themselves.
At least the Alaska delegates shouldnâ€™t. They have been hearing them, complete with a non-endorsement, from the faith-based wing of their own state party.
A House chairman assigned to an energy bill conference committee said it was â€œa little bit bizarreâ€ to hear a Senate Republican promise to cut provisions from the bill that could earn a presidential veto.
Sarah Palin was asked to speak at next week’s Republican National Convention, but apparently the roughly 3,000-mile flight is too long for the former governor of Alaska to make the trip to Cleveland.
Alaskaâ€™s two U.S. senators are among the members of congress most reliant on out-of-state campaign contributions, according to Opensecrets.org.
Congressman Don Young this afternoon announced details of his second quarter fundraising numbers, only hours after his opponent, Steve Lindbeck boasted a $418K haul.