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Full coverage of the midterm election from The Post and Congressional Quarterly
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State Results

Alaska Governor%
 Declared WinnerMurkowski (R) 56
 Ulmer (D) 41
 Other 3
98% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


Alaska House At-large%
 Declared WinnerYoung* (R) 75
 Greene (D) 17
 Other 8
98% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:58 p.m. EST


Alaska Senate%
 Declared WinnerStevens* (R) 79
 Vondersaar (D) 10
 Other 11
98% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST



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Murkowski's Swearing-In as Governor Sets Stage for Senate Succession


Who Wants to Be a Senator?
Sen. Frank H. Murkowski (R-Alaska) has released his, er, short list of possible replacements in the Senate for when he returns to the state next month to be governor.

Murkowski Gives GOP Shot at Elusive Governorship
While the GOP hasn't won Alaska's gubernatorial election since 1978, Democratic Gov. Tony Knowles is term-limited, and Republicans have a candidate with a long history of success in statewide politics: four-term Sen. Frank H. Murkowski.

Murkowski Enters Race from D.C. to Juneau
Some politicians might think it's better to be a ranking U.S. senator than the executive of a jurisdiction with fewer residents than, say, Prince George's County. Not Sen. Frank H. Murkowski.


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