Portal:Alaska and the U.S. Congress/Senators, representatives and candidates

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Alaska has one at-large congressional district.

Senators

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Lisa Murkowski (R)

Tedstevens.jpg Ted Stevens (R)

Candidates

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In the 110th Congress, Alaska had no Democrats and 1 Republican in the U.S. House and 2 Republican Senators. In the 2008 elections, Alaska elected no Democrats and 1 Republican to the U.S. House, and now has 1 Democrat and 1 Republican Senator. (See results)


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Candidate

Senate Sen. Ted Stevens (R) is running for reelection.
50px Mark Begich (D)
50px David Haase (L)
50px Ted Gianoutsos (Veterans Party of Alaska)
50px Bob Bird (Ala. Independence)
At-large district Rep. Don Young (R) is running for reelection.
50px Ethan Berkowitz (D)
50px Sean Parnell (R)

Representatives

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Don Young (R-At large)

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