“Every time she votes with her Washington, D.C. friends against the interests of Alaskans, she harms the people of this state, but she doesn’t feel it,” Tshibakal said in a statement earlier this month, according to NBC News.
If this doesn’t sound familiar to Utah voters, it might two years from now if Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, who voted to impeach Trump twice, decides to run again.
Except there is a twist in Alaska. That state decided recently to change how it elects people. From now on, every candidate, regardless of party affiliation, will be lumped into one primary ballot. The top four finishers in each race will proceed to the general election, and the winner will be chosen by ranked choice voting.