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How ranked-choice voting could affect Alaska's Senate race this fall

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Incumbent Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Republican challenger Kelly Tshibaka are leading the top four candidates in the race for U.S. Senate, chosen by voters through the state's recently adopted ranked-choice voting system. NBC News' Mark Murray explains how it might take until December to determine a winner.