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was Ernest Gruening and Bob Bartlett. Nationally, Democrats are also hoping for pickups in at least two other states, Kentucky and Missouri.
Alaska polls have been all over the place, in part, because of the challenges in polling for a write in. But there have been momentum shifts, too. Miller, considered early the one to beat, has had to acknowledge he and his family received the types of government Nike Women Air Max 2017 benefits he's raised questions about as a limited government candidate, and this past week, records released from his time as a borough attorney showed he admitted to lying about improperly using government computers in 2008.
"We believe that Scott McAdams actually has a real chance of winning this race. Mr. Miller has obviously plummeted because it's about ideology versus about Alaska," Sen. Robert Menendez, of New Jersey, said Sunday on ABC.
McAdams became the candidate after the Democrats failed to put up a nominee to run against Murkowski at their state convention in May. McAdams, who was leading the convention in his hometown of Sitka, where he was mayor, impressed so many there that they encourage him to run. He filed his papers on June 1, the last day of qualifying.
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Republicans Murkowski included say no.
Part of what's turned more Democrats into believers is the dynamics of the hotly contested race that analysts and staffers for the campaigns see as capable of going to any of the three major contenders. Part, too, lies with McAdams proving he's more than the token candidate that even some of the party faithful took him for when he won the nomination in August.
While Alaska would have, as Murkowski says, the most junior delegation in the Senate if either McAdams or Miller wins, Begich, won election in 2008, believes the state could benefit from having two Democratic voices lobbying a Democratic White House and fellow lawmakers for Alaska interests, such as the opening of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil development.
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His shoestring campaign raised less than $17,000 and barely drew interest during the primary, which was overshadowed by the fight between Miller and Murkowski.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) Democrats believe they can secure their first all Democratic Senate delegation from Alaska in 40 years, with their once overlooked nominee making a late charge and claiming the momentum is in his favor in a heated three way contest. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, and GOP primary winner and tea party favorite Joe Miller. Murkowski is running as a write in candidate.
"Scott's not preaching, he's just honest" about his positions, said spokeswoman Heather Handyside, who described his town halls and meet and greets as "game changers" for some who attend. Sen. Mark Begich, who's headlined fundraisers for McAdams and lent staff to his campaign, said there's no "phoney baloney stuff" with McAdams. "I've become a believer, far beyond, He's just a Democrat."
McAdams believes he holds an advantage over Murkowski in that his name will be on the ballot and not subject to the potential challenges that write in votes may be.
McAdams' campaign believes it's done everything it could have avoided major stumbles, fared well in debates and raised enough money to stay on the airwaves in the race's waning days.
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Marie McMillan, 41, of Juneau, said she's gone from seeing McAdams as a candidate picked to "fill space" to one she now sees after having heard him speak as representing her values, willing to protect Social Security and work to build up Alaska's infrastructure.
"It's all about relationships," he said, noting that seniority is helpful for things like office and parking spaces and getting exclusive invites to events. "It's about getting in there, being engaged and showing you are willing to work overtime."
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There's the question, too, of whether people will vote for strategic reasons to guard against, say, either Miller or Murkowski winning or with their values.
McAdams has filled town halls and raised more than $1 million, all while touting support for Democratic positions that some candidates this cycle have run from, including the federal stimulus plan and efforts to overhaul health care, abortion rights, and equal rights for gays and lesbians.
The two Republicans have exchanged in a tit for tat during much of the race. McAdams has tried to keep out of the fray and quietly go about building a grassroots network, taking his message directly to the people and running at times cheeky ads to help introduce him to a statewide audience and show how he's different than his opponents.
"I think Monday will be a big tipping point," state Democratic party chair Patti Higgins said.
"The idea the Democratic senatorial candidate would have a real chance at winning is laughable," said state GOP spokesman Casey Reynolds. He points to early voting and absentee numbers that show Republicans "absolutely blowing the Democrats away." The GOP is backing Joe Miller, whose defeat of Murkowski in the primary prompted her write in run.
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