Sullivan Sworn in for Second Term in U.S. Senate
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) was sworn in to the 117th Congress today by Vice President Mike Pence in a ceremony at the U.S. Capitol. Sullivan was joined by his wife, Julie, and their three daughters.
“One of the greatest honors of my life has been the opportunity to serve my fellow Alaskans in the U.S. Senate, and I thank the people of Alaska for their confidence and support in sending me to represent them in Washington for a second term,” said Senator Sullivan. “As we enter the new year, today’s ceremony was particularly meaningful to me, falling on the anniversary of Alaska joining the Union. Alaska has contributed so much to America these past sixty-two years, and our state will be key to securing a bright and prosperous future for our great nation. I will continue to fight on behalf of our state, safeguarding the historic progress we made over the past six years, rebuilding the military, increasing opportunities for resource development and good-paying jobs, expanding access to our lands, protecting and enhancing our world-class fisheries, and preserving our constitutional rights.”
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