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Bright, shiny objects: Threats

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A curious subject line in an email from Joe Miller suggested a bit of violence on Alaska Republican Party Chairman Tuckerman Babcock:

Subject: Let’s take a sledgehammer to…, Tuckerman?

The letter was a plea for cash for Miller’s Libertarian bid for U.S. Senate. He is at odds with Babcock, who has been sending out mailers opposing Miller and supporting Sen. Lisa Murkowski, the Republicans’ nominee.



An audio is floating around out there where AFL-CIO president and Senate candidate Vince Beltrami is heard cursing out a constituent, just like you knew he would. We’re working to get our hands on it.

Beltrami is running against Sen. Cathy Giessel for District N.



Speaking of foul mouths, police were called to Trump/Pence headquarters at the corner of Klatt Road and Old Seward Highway last Friday, where an enraged woman had pulled up in a 2016 Lexus, with a load of Trump signs that she had pulled up off the street rights of way.

She was well-dressed and loaded for bear, according to witnesses. And she was cussing a blue streak, making the people in the office believe that she was trying to pick a fight.

By the time the police officer had arrived, she and her screaming were gone.

“She wanted us to help her unload all the Trump signs she had just pulled up, but we said, ‘no, you stole them so you unload them'” said one witness. “She kept yelling that she hated Trump. We were trying to be polite to her.”

Must Read Alaska has a photo of the alleged sign-ripper-upper, but we’re waiting for a call back from Anchorage Police.

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Suzanne Downing had careers in business and journalism before serving as the Director of Faith and Community-based Initiatives for Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and returning to Alaska to serve as speechwriter for Gov. Sean Parnell. Born on the Oregon coast, she moved to Alaska in 1969.

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