By The Washington Post. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Wednesday that Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) remains unbeatable in her home state despite her opposition to Brett M. Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination — a view at odds with President Trump. (Read more from “McConnell: ‘Nobody Is Going to Beat Murkowski in 2022′” HERE)
Murkowski Not Worried About 2022 Challenge
By The Hill. President Trump . . . warned this past week that Murkowski would pay a political price for opposing Kavanaugh. . .
Murkowski later told reporters she wasn’t too worried.
“I know Alaska’s political terrain better than he does,” she said.
If Palin decides to run for the Senate, she will have to find a way to reconnect with Alaska voters.
She said last month that she and her husband are ready to leave the state and “get outside and do more. We’re not going to be holed up in Wasilla, Alaska, the rest of our life,” she told the Daily Mail in an interview. (Read more from “Murkowski Not Worried About 2022 Challenge” HERE)