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Lisa Murkowski Wins Re-Election to U.S. Senate in Alaska, Sarah Palin Loses

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Lisa Murkowski (R) has been declared the winner for U.S. Senate in Alaska, after trailing on the first ballot.

Murkowski, is projected to win re-election against another Republican opponent, Kelly Tshibaka.

In related news, Democrat Mary Peltola won re-election to her at-large House seat against Republican challenger Sarah Palin.

As ABC News noted, Alaska used a highly-controversial ranked-choice voting system in this year’s election:

ABC News reports that Alaska’s incumbent senator, Republican Lisa Murkowski, is projected to win reelection against another Republican opponent, Trump-backed Kelly Tshibaka, and that Democrat Rep. Mary Peltola, the first Alaska Native elected to Congress, is projected to win reelection to her at-large House seat against Republican challenger Sarah Palin.

The projections come after the Alaska Division of Elections on Wednesday night revealed the results of the state’s new ranked-choice voting system and are some of the last outstanding races of the 2022 midterm elections.

Even with the Murkowski projection, power in the Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate remains at 50-49 since the last remaining Senate candidates in Alaska were both Republicans. The final outcome of the seat count in the Senate will be determined by a Dec. 6 runoff election in Georgia between incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and GOP challenger Herschel Walker.

With Peltola’s projected win, Democrats have 213 seats in a Republican-controlled House.

The unusually tight contests featured Murkowski, a moderate Republican who supports abortion rights and who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump, and Tshibaka, a staunch Trump supporter who previously served as a commissioner of the Alaska Department of Administration.





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