Murkowski hires Garrett Boyle as chief of staff

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U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski announced Monday that Garrett Boyle is returning to her Washington, D.C. office to become chief of staff. He will replace the departing Chief of Staff Kaleb Froehlich.

“I am very pleased to announce Garrett Boyle as my new Chief of Staff, and welcome him back to my team” said Murkowski. “His strong background in rural development and policy issues on both the federal and state side make him uniquely qualified to serve in this new role. Having previously served in my office as both Legislative Director and Deputy Chief of Staff, I have no doubt that he will hit the ground running.”

Boyle received his bachelor’s degree from Seattle University and is a graduate of Tulane University School of Law. He was raised in small towns throughout Alaska, including Ouzinkie, Unalakleet, and Seward. He previously served in Murkowski’s office beginning as a legislative assistant, then as legislative director, and deputy chief of staff. He left the office in 2021 to serve as the federal co-chair of the Denali Commission.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Lisa hires lawyers to further the lawfare running rampant in our country.
    Lisa hates Alaska, America and we actual citizens.
    Lawfare will rule and lisa is part of the problem.

    • At least he’s got a much higher legal IQ than Lisa, who took the Bar Exam a dozen or so times before getting the exam answers prior to her last test. Not good!

  2. I just hope he can straighten out Lisa enough to where I can get back to a decent level of respectability among Alaskans, and Nancy can rejoin some of her old friends at the Republican teas. We are operating on borrowed time.

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