The Alaska Republican party voted to censure Mitch McConnell by a vote of 49-8.
The censure was over his support for Senator Lisa Murkowski.
McConnell ran attack ads against Kelly Tshibaka, the Trump-backed candidate running against Murkowski.
The resolution called for an immediate end to the attack ends against Tshibaka.
The Alaska Republican Party on Monday voted to censure Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) for making allegedly misleading statements about their favored candidate for Senate and endorsing Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska).
“Much of the financial support from the Senate Leadership Fund has been used for malicious political attack ads targeted at our endorsed candidate, Kelly Tshibaka, that are gross distortions of fact,” the Alaska GOP’s resolution said on Monday evening, referring to McConnell’s fund. “We request the Senate Leadership Fund immediately stop the attack ads against Kelly Tshibaka and discontinue the support of all other opposing candidates.”
The resolution passed 49–8, according to local media. Reports also indicated that McConnell’s fund has spent $5 million targeting Tshibaka with attack ads in a bid to help Murkowski.
Mitch McConnell continues to support Lisa Murkowski despite the fact that she announced her support for the Democrat candidate Mary Peltola the in the Alaska House race.
Lisa Murkowski previously courted Senate Democrats for support in her primary election that she lost to Kelly Tshibaka.
Republican “leader” Mitch McConnell supports Lisa Murkowski and cut funding from Arizona candidate Blake Masters in order to help Lisa Murkowski who is not even the GOP candidate in the race.
This weekend Lisa Murkowski announced she is supporting the Democrat in the Alaska House race.
The socialist left may soon be in complete control of Alaska thanks to Lisa Murkowski. She’s OK with that as long as she remains in office.
Mitch McConnell is trying to stop Pro-MAGA candidates.