Lisa Murkowski Camp Accuses Joe Miller Of ‘A Disregard For The Truth’ As Alaska Senate Drama Continues

A state court judge has moved a lawsuit over Alaska’s still-disputed U.S. Senate race from Fairbanks to the state capital, Juneau.Judge Douglas Blankenship said Monday that the case brought by Republican Joe Miller raises statewide issues an…

A state court judge has moved a lawsuit over Alaska’s still-disputed U.S. Senate race from Fairbanks to the state capital, Juneau.

Judge Douglas Blankenship said Monday that the case brought by Republican Joe Miller raises statewide issues and that he believes it’s inconvenient for the state to be involved in a case in Fairbanks.

He said it may be necessary for a recount or for disputed ballots to be inspected and that he did not want to do anything that might “further risk the integrity of the election” – like moving the ballots from Juneau to Fairbanks.
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