Stock said she would be open to running on the Democratic primary ballot if it were possible.
Thursday night Hillary Clintonâ€™s campaign opened their Alaska caucus campaign headquarters in Anchorage. About 40 people watched as former Lt. Governor Stephen McAlpine, filling in for former Governor Bill Sheffield, spoke to christen the offices.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump would not let states take control of federal lands, the Republican presidential candidate said in a recent interview.
The timing of his letter isnâ€™t lost on Begich. Tomorrow Alaska Republicans will go to party administered voting locations around the state to divy up 25 of Alaskaâ€™s 28 delegates to the national convention among the various candidates for President. â€œCome Super Tuesday youâ€™d think heâ€™d want Alaskaâ€™s 28 delegates, but first you gotta know Alaska exists.â€ said Begich.
The Alaska Libertarian Party has announced they too now have a candidate in the race for Alaskaâ€™s U.S. Senate race. It is former state house candidate Cean Stevens.
The ad features well known mushers DeeDee Jonrowe, Jeff King, and John Baker endorsing Murkowski.
Congressman Don Young picked up a big endorsement today in his run for re-election againstâ€¦.well, no one really yet. But hey, getting an endorsement from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is never a bad thing for a Republican in Alaska. Who knows, Young could always get a real challenger to use it against later.
This morning I was prompted by a loyal reader with the obvious question â€œWhat’s your take on the challenger entering the U.S. Senate race?â€
This morning, the campaign announced Sen. Murkowskiâ€™s latest fundraising result: her reelection campaign has $3.1 million cash-on-hand. This effort, including over $570,000 raised during the fourth quarter, represents a new and historic fundraising record for any Alaskan holding public office in a non-election year. In total, Murkowski raised nearly $3.3 million in 2015.
U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski today announced several promotions within her Washington, D.C. office at the beginning of the second session of the 114th Congress.