Constituents of Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, lined up to give her flowers on Friday after she was the only Republican to vote against advancing the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, who has faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.

According to video footage obtained by Gray Washington News Bureau, Alaskans waited inside and outside Murkowski's office to give her flowers for her decision. Murkowski had been torn about the decision and had recently met with Alaskan women, including some who were sexual assault survivors, before Friday morning.

"I did not come to a decision on this until walking into the vote this morning," Murkowski said.

The Senate voted 51-49 on Friday morning to end debate on Kavanaugh, paving the way for a final vote. Murkowski voted against moving Kavanaugh’s nomination forward and claimed afterward that Kavanaugh’s “not the right man for the court at this time.”

“This has truly been the most difficult evaluation of, decision, that I’ve ever had to make,” she said as she explained she would offer a more complete explanation for her decision during a floor statement.

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Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., voted to move forward with a final vote, but Collins has not made a decision on Kavanaugh for the final vote. She is expected to announce her decision Friday afternoon.

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Kavanaugh has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct, including Christine Blasey Ford, who claims Kavanaugh forced himself onto her in the 1980s at a high school party, and Deborah Ramirez, who claims that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a college party when they were freshmen at Yale University. Kavanaugh has denied all allegations.

The FBI conducted a supplementary background check into the allegations, but Democrats have been critical of the probe and have argued that not enough witnesses were interviewed. White House spokesman Raj Shah said during an interview with CNN on Thursday morning that the FBI had interviewed nine sources.