Being a United States Senator is one of the most powerful jobs in the nation. Three G.O.P. candidates are vying for the position. Is businessman and current Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell the right contender for the mission? Or is Dan Sullivan, who previously served as both Alaska's attorney general and natural resources commissioner, a better choice? And don't forget Joe Miller. The lawyer with an economics background, who once worked as a state and federal judge, won the GOP primary in 2010 only to lose the general election to Lisa Murkowski's unprecedented write-in campaign. But before they can take on Mark Begich, the candidates must first battle each other. Between impressive résumés and experience in politics and public service, which candidate will ultimately stand out?
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