Murkowski was one of a handful of Republican senators who called for a delay on the vote.
The Senate’s weighing whether to move ahead with a vote to advance Kavanaugh’s nomination after accusations that he sexually assaulted a woman.
Sullivan says he trusts Kavanaugh after the two worked together in the Bush White House.
In the news release announcing AFN’s opposition to Kavanaugh, the group says his confirmation would be “imprudent,” “troubling” and “disastrous for Alaska.”
Alaskans say they’d think less of Murkowski if she votes on a Supreme Court replacement without knowing their position on the abortion rights case.
As it stands, Murkowski doesn’t appear likely to oppose Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
With Roe v. Wade in the forefront of the conversation about the Supreme Court, Alaska’s independent governor is stuck in the middle.
Here’s where Judge Brett Kavanaugh stands on key issues for Murkowski.