After a bruising Senate loss, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is open to alternatives.
Blaming the ballot system ignores the fact that many Alaskans simply did not think the former governor really represented them.
Mary Peltola will only be the third Democrat, as well as the first Native Alaskan, to represent Alaska since it became a state.
Murkowski was likely saved by the state's new open primary, while Palin may have to depend on voters who picked her as their second choice.
The election serves as a trial run for Alaska's new voting process, which could be a boon for third-party candidates.
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The former vice presidential candidate's revived defamation suit against The New York Times highlights the hazards of us-versus-them thinking.
The ruling shows how carelessly the paper peddled nonsense about Republican rhetoric and mass murder.
Time to bend the knee.
Also in Iowa, Donald Trump tells crowd to "knock the crap" out of protesters.
The former Alaska governor captured the incoherence that's driving Trump's campaign.
Not so fast, say Thomas Massie, Justin Amash, and Matt Kibbe
The former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential nominee attributes marijuana legalization in her state to "that libertarian streak in us."
State party criticized his liberal record and the harm they said its done to Arizona
Former Alaska governor took the Kentucky senator's side in a recent spat with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
Says she "quit on Alaska" and might not be a resident, suggests she check out his webpage
Still waiting to see who will enter the race
Apparently tensions have eased
Says she'll remain heavily involved in selecting GOP candidates
No, she's not joining Al Jazeera
The moderator allowed Joe Biden to "run roughshod" over Paul Ryan according to the former vice presidential nominee
Not the worst advice