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Evening Joe

A lawyer, a sheriff, and a plumber walk into a room...

No, it's not the beginning of a joke. 2010 Alaska Senate nominee Joe Miller (R) has entered an agreement to have Twenty-First Century Speakers represent him in securing speaking engagements, according to a statement he sent out Wednesday.

Miller will be speaking at "A Night with the Joe's," a March 24 event in Montaro, California with two other "Joes": Maricopa County Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Samuel "Joe The Plumber" Wurzelbacher. "The Campaign to Defeat Barack Obama" is sponsoring the event, according to Miller's statement. 2010 Nevada Senate nominee Sharon Angle (R), who this week announced she is running for Congress, will also reportedly appear at the event.

Showing he hasn't entirely moved on from his loss to Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) last year, Miller also announced he will also be attending the "True the Vote" National Summit taking place in Houston on March 25 and 26.

"As I said following our elections in Alaska, 'The integrity of the vote is vital,'" said Miller in the statement. "People must have confidence the election results reflect the true and accurate will of the voters. I applaud the True the Vote Summit's goal of identifying areas of potential voter fraud and training poll watchers for precincts throughout the United States to guard against it."

Miller has been relatively quiet since finally conceding to Murkowski, though he did attack Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska) at the end of January, stoking speculation that he could launch another statewide effort for the state's sole House of Representatives seat.

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