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The group has cast potential Republican opponent Dan Sullivan as an interloper who previously owned a home in Maryland, and
The Affordable Care Act remains deeply unpopular across the conservative terrain of Alaska, but a super PAC supporting Democratic
Young nonetheless signaled a competitive race in a state where Republicans significantly outnumber Democrats. "His big challenge
For decades, Alaska was defined by politicians like the late Sen. Ted Stevens, whom Begich defeated in 2008, and Rep. Don Young. Cheered on by Alaska's close-knit political class, the two Republicans brazenly exploited their positions atop key congressional committees to steer billions of dollars to America's largest and least-developed state.
Begich remains unflinchingly optimistic about his state's ability to cobble together a future, but even he's aware of the