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The Associated PressA pair of Democratic state senators have prefiled a bill aimed at addressing issues raised in the 2010 Alaska U.S. Senate race. Sen. Joe Thomas of Fairbanks says the measure will make clear that voter intent is paramount in counting ballots. He...
Tags: Fairbanks, Laws, Voting, Anchorage, U.S. Senate
Sen. Lisa Murkowski was sworn in for her second full term Wednesday morning, finalizing her comeback victory over Republican challenger Joe Miller, who defeated her in the Republican primary. Murkowski was one of 31 new and returning senators sworn into...
The Associated PressAn attorney says Joe Miller is working to comply with a request to turn over all records the he either produced or received during his tenure with the Fairbanks North Star Borough. John Tiemessen says Miller routinely copied for himself e-mails related...
KTUU.com is live-streaming Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller’s press conference on the future of his campaign Friday afternoon. Click on the link next to this story to watch the live stream. Earlier this month the Alaska Supreme Court...
Tags: U.S. Supreme Court, Alaska, U.S. Senate, Elections, Politics
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller refused to appeal Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s write-in victory Friday afternoon, ending months of legal battles and closing the book on one of the state’s most historic political races. Miller defeated...
Sen. Lisa Murkowski has been declared the winner and sworn in for a new term, but the litigation surrounding the Alaska Senate race isn't finished. A federal lawsuit, alleging the state violated voters' rights in its handling of the race, remains...
Tags: Justice System, Alaska, Trials, Politics, Crime, Law and Justice
The Associated PressU.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski has retained her spot as ranking member of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee. Robert Dillon, a spokesman for the committee's Republican members, says Murkowski's spot was confirmed during a caucus vote Tuesday....
Tags: Alaska, Politics, Elections, Lisa Murkowski
The Associated PressThe Alaska Senate has unanimously passed a bill clarifying the procedure for counting write-in votes. The bill says a write-in vote is valid even if a voter misspells a candidate's name, an issue in last year's U.S. Senate race, in which Sen. Lisa...
Tags: Republican Party, Justice System, Alaska, Laws, U.S. Senate
The Associated PressAlaska Senate hopeful Joe Miller says he will no longer answer reporters' questions about his background and personal life, citing the "viciousness" of the campaign. Reports in recent weeks have found that Miller, a fiscal conservative who has called...
April 19: Joe Miller formally announces his candidacy for the U.S. Senate as a Republican challenger to Sen. Lisa Murkowski. June 2: Former Gov. Sarah Palin endorses Miller in a post on her Facebook page. June 23: Shortly after endorsing Miller, the Tea...
Chief Municipal Prosecutor Albert Patterson has filed no charges against Alaska Dispatch editor Tony Hopfinger, who was arrested by security guards until police arrived Sunday at a town hall event held by U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller. "After careful...
Tags: Fairbanks, Local Elections, Justice System, Trials, News Agency
Alaska's CBS affiliate, TV station KTVA, is disputing allegations by U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller's campaign that some members of its news staff discussed creating or making up stories about Miller. Miller's campaign says a voicemail message left...
Tags: Television, Employees, Apple iPhone, Sarah Palin, CBS Corp.
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