DNC spokesman can’t name Alaska Dem running for Senate
Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee spokesmen were on ABC’s “Top Line” Wednesday with dueling messages coming out of last night’s primary.
The DNC’s Brad Woodhouse jumped on Heye immediately, “If Republicans are going to say whatever they need to do to win, I think we might be in better shape than people think.” But when Woodhouse was asked to name the Democratic Senate candidate in Alaska, which is a strong Republican hold, he was at a loss. Eventually he responded, “Well, our candidate in Alaska…his name is not Lisa Murkowski.” (Woodhouse fields the question at about 6 minutes in.).