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Former senate contender Joe Miller embarks on speaking career

Joe Miller may have lost his bid to become Alaska's senator, but the Tea Party favorite has just won a chance to start a new career as a traveling speechmaker. Full story

Alaska completes 'tea party' refudiation

   Alaska radio host Shannyn Moore discusses the political dynamic in Alaska with Joe Miller finally giving up on unseating Lisa Murkowski for Senate and Murkowski representing a seemingly rare breed of moderate Republican.

Miller weighs next move

   NBC’s Domenico Montanaro looks at the what Alaska Republican Joe Miller does now that he’s gotten out of the way of certification. He’s threatening to continue the legal fight, but the Supreme Court is unlikely to take up the case.

Republicans shy about TRMS in 2010

   Rachel Maddow looks back at the many efforts made in 2010 to book Republicans for interviews.

Past deadline, Alaska awaits a senator

   The ongoing U.S. Senate race in Alaska awaits closure in light of Sunday’s past deadline to file legal grievances by Tea Party candidate Joe Miller.  Miller still vows to fight the state’s handling of a vote count that favors Republican incumbent and write-in candidate, Lisa Murkowski.  NBC News’ ju

Miller won't stand in way of certification

   The Murkowski-Miller showdown is still unresolved, but late Sunday night, Joe Miller released a statement saying that he won't stand in the way of Murkowski being certified as the winner. NBC's Pete Williams reports.

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  Miller remains in denial of loss

Big Number: Failed Senate candidate Joe Miller filed an election challenge with the Alaska State Supreme Court even though Lisa Murkowski has been declared winner for the past 27 days.

  Chuvannah Awards: 2010 Best & Worst Candidates

NBC’s Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd introduce nominees for the best candidate of 2010 -- a list which include Scott Brown, Jerry Brown, and Ron Johnson. As nominees for the worst candidate of 2010, Charlie Crist, Alex Sink, and Joe Miller make the cut. Find out who won the Chuvannah Awards!

  Murkowski victory finally ends Alaska race

Rachel Maddow reports on the projected victory of Lisa Murkowski in the Alaska Senate race and shares footage of executive producer Bill Wolff shaving the beard he grew waiting for a final result.

  Alaska Senate cliffhanger comes to an end

In her improbable bid against Tea Party favorite Joe Miller, Lisa Murkowski was declared the apparent winner of Alaska's Senate race on Wednesday, becoming the second person in more than 50 years to win a seat through a write-in candidacy. NBC's Kristen Welker reports.

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