ANCHORAGE, Alaska — U.S. Senate hopeful Joe Miller says disclosures about his past haven't slowed his commitment to giving voice to Alaskans' concerns or affected his desire to serve.
Miller made the comments during the last debate between the race's three major candidates before next week's election.
The debate touched on topics such as whether creationism should be taught in schools: the Republican Miller said yes, along with science; Democrat Scott McAdams and GOP write-in candidate Sen. Lisa Murkowski both said it shouldn't be.
They also debated whether the Bush-era tax credits should be extended: Miller and Murkowski said yes; McAdams said no.
Miller's personnel file from his tenure as a borough attorney, released Tuesday, included records showing Miller admitted to lying about improperly using government computers in 2008, taken responsibility for that and been disciplined.
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