MAGA SELLOUT Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)

MAGA SELLOUT Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski

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Lisa Murkowski- Alaska

Lisa Murkowski has been the US Senator for Alaska since 2002. Murkowski is the daughter of former U.S. Senator and Governor of Alaska Frank Murkowski. She was first appointed to the Senate by her father, who resigned his seat in December 2002 to become governor of Alaska.

After losing the 2010 Republican primary to Tea Party candidate Joe Miller, Murkowski ran as a write-in candidate and defeated both Miller and Democrat Scott McAdams in the general election.

Murkowski is the second most liberal Republican senator and is placed to the left of Democratic Senator Joe Manchin.

Murkowski voted with President Barack Obama's position 72.3% of the time in 2013, one of only two Republicans voting for his positions over 70% of the time.

In 2018, she voted "present" on the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh. In 2020, she voted against procedural motions to accelerate Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation to that court, though she later voted to confirm Barrett.

On January 6, 2021, Murkowski said Trump should resign for inciting the Jan 6 riot.

In July 2007, Murkowski said she would sell back land she bought from Anchorage businessman Bob Penney, a day after a Washington watchdog group filed a Senate ethics complaint against her alleging that Penney sold the property well below market value. The Anchorage Daily News wrote, "The transaction amounted to an illegal gift worth between $70,000 and $170,000, depending on how the property was valued, according to the complaint by the National Legal and Policy Center."

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Statement on voting for the fact-free impeachment of President Donald Trump:

Contact Information:

Washington, D.C. Office

522 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, DC 20510

Phone: (202)-224-6665

Fax: (202)-224-5301

Anchorage Office

510 L Street, Suite 600

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: (907) 271-3735

Fax: (877) 857-0322

Fairbanks Office

Courthouse Square

250 Cushman Avenue, Suite 2D

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Phone: (907) 456-0233

Fax: (877) 857-0322

Juneau Office

800 Glacier Ave, Suite 101

Juneau, AK 99801

Phone: (907) 586-7277

Fax: (877) 857-0322

Mat-Su Office

851 E. Westpoint Drive, Suite 307

Wasilla, AK 99654

Phone: (907) 376-7665

Fax: (877) 857-0322

Soldotna Office

44539 Sterling Highway, Suite 203

Soldotna, Alaska 99669

Phone: (907) 262-4220

Fax: (877) 857-0322

Ketchikan Office

1900 First Avenue, Suite 225

Ketchikan, AK 99901

Phone: (907) 225-6880

Fax:(877) 857-0322

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(Primary August 16, 2022)

Trump Vows To Campaign Against Impeachment RINO Murkowski In Alaska

In a statement to Politico today, Trump said:

“I will not be endorsing, under any circumstances, the failed candidate from the great State of Alaska, Lisa Murkowski. She represents her state badly and her country even worse. I do not know where other people will be next year, but I know where I will be — in Alaska campaigning against a disloyal and very bad Senator.”

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The State

Political party strength in Alaska has varied over the years. The communities of Juneau, Sitka, downtown and midtown Anchorage, the areas surrounding the College/University of Alaska Fairbanks campus and Ester and the "Alaska Bush" – rural, sparsely populated Alaska – stand out as Democratic strongholds, while the Kenai Peninsula, Matanuska-Susitna Valley, parts of Anchorage, and Fairbanks (including North Pole and Eielson Air Force Base), Ketchikan, Wrangell, and Petersburg serve as the Republican Party electoral base.

As of 2021, over half of all registered voters have chosen "Non-Partisan" or "Undeclared" as their affiliation.

Party registration as of February 3, 2021

Undeclared/Nonpartisan: 339,491 (56.61%)

Republican: 148,459 (24.76%)

Democratic: 81,355 (13.56%)

Alaskan Independence: 19,186 (3.20%)

Other political groups: 11,206 (1.87%)

Population Centers:

Anchorage (291,826)

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Juneau (31,275)

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Fairbanks (30,917)

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