And now for something moderately different.
But whether Murkowski—who said she’s wrestling with her future in a Republican party that’s beholden to Trump’s worst impulses—will vote to convict when the articles of impeachment reach the chamber is not yet clear. She says she’ll wait on the trial.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission today delayed decisions on three major campaign finance complaints as its limited staff struggles to keep up with higher-than-ever campaign activity, its director told commissioners today.
Leave the politicking to another day, there’s major issues the Alaska Legislature must face on day one.
That order came on Monday, bringing finality to a race that has included a recount, a preposterous election contest that relied on Grand Canyon-sized leaps of logic and a conspiracy-laden recount appeal that accused dozens of voters of fraud without evidence.
With the Senate and House still without organization, House representatives and representatives-elect are set to meet today in a closed-door meeting organized by Eagle River…
Congress and the Biden Administration must pass additional stimulus checks for families in early 2021, and Sen. Murkowski should help lead the way.
Is it broken or Alaska broken?
But, guys, he’s technically still neutral on the project.
Turns out you need evidence more convincing than someone who didn’t feel like waiting in line if you want a new election.