APRN Hosts Statewide Debate with GOP Candidates, Sullivan Declines to Participate
With the primary election less than a week away, two of the prominent Republican U.S. Senate candidates will appear in a statewide debate Wednesday night on public broadcasting.
The third, the presumptive front-runner Dan Sullivan, told the Associated Press he plans to be knocking on doors in the Anchorage and Eagle River areas.
Sullivan spokesman Mike Anderson says Sullivan has participated in a dozen debates and forums, the most recent on Monday. Anderson said by email that Sullivan recognizes the importance of reaching out to Alaskans in person.
Republicans Mead Treadwell and Joe Miller are scheduled to participate in the debate, one of the last before Tuesday’s primary.