In today's Anchorage Daily News, write-in candidate
Senator Princess Lisa Murkowski seeks a clarification as to whether or not a misspelled version of her name on the November ballot will be counted as a vote for her.
It's a valid concern for the princess, because according to Ben Smith at Politico, even her own campaign staff can't get it right. Check out the web address at the bottom of the picture. It's apparently been corrected, but not before someone managed to get a screen shot of it.
In other news, Joe "Carpetbagger" Miller is still clinging to Sarah Palin's skirt, being the keynote speaker at a fund raiser in that well-known Alaskan town of San Diego CA, (not to mention other hob-nobbing with the right-wing-elite of the GOP):
Two things about the picture above strike me. The first: "Combat Veterans for Congress." Is that the name of the organization, or do they want people to combat the idea?
The second is that referring to Carpetbagger Miller as (R-Senate-AK) kind of makes him sound like the incumbent.
I'm guessing that was no accident.
Meanwhile, back home, Scott McAdams keeps plugging away, getting hosed by the PACs that SHOULD be supporting him, had not Princess Lisa decided to be a spoiler.
After your Murkowski endorsement... if (or when) you wind up with Senator Joe Miller, you'll have no one to blame but yourselves.