Sullivan says he will run clean campaign for Senate seat
Republican candidate Dan Sullivan says he will run a clean campaign in his bid for Alaska’s U.S. Senate seat in the November general election.
KTVA 11 News sat down with Sullivan for the first time since he won the Republican primary on Aug. 19.
The former DNR Commissioner says he has met with both Joe Miller and Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell, who he beat in the primary election, to discuss how they can build a strong support base to beat Sen. Begich in November.
Sullivan blames Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and outside money for running misleading attack ads against him.
He and Begich will square off Wednesday night in their first debate.
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