U.S. Senate candidates square off at convention

Oct 31st 4:02 pm By Carey Restino

U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan didn't get off to a very good start in front of a largely partial crowd at the Alaska Federation of Natives convention on Friday when he refused to definitively answer a series of yes-or-no questions on controversial subjects like the proposed Pebble mine, co-management of tribal lands and subsistence rights.


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