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The result of the House District 1 race in Fairbanks was challenged.
LeBon picked up two votes during the recount.
It’s an exit sign. On Tuesday, Anchorage Superior Court Judge Herman Walker Jr. approved a settlement concluding a lawsuit that challenged Alaska’s anti-billboard law. The… Continue reading
The political reality was an old story for Alaska Democrats.
‘Ender cards’ at fault, Division of Elections says.
I like Mike Dunleavy. I’ve considered him a friend. But Dunleavy for Alaska is running an ad that makes it seem I’m supporting him. I… Continue reading
Gubernatorial hopeful Mark Begich has strived to paint his candidacy and his priorities as the solution to revive our state economy. But many of his… Continue reading
Alaska likely has tens of thousands of extra people on its voting rolls.
Time is running short. We have a chance to make a real change in Alaska by electing independent candidate Alyse Galvin for U.S. House. Her… Continue reading
If you care about what happens in your life, go vote!
Thanks to Gov. Bill Walker for his four years of service. He really did his best to put Alaska first under some tough circumstances. On… Continue reading
Walker’s PFD “tax” has hit those in the lower income range hardest.
I am so very proud and appreciative of U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, for acting on principle rather than partisanship. She is a sharp contrast… Continue reading
I see Story’s approach as a strength, not a weakness.
It is our turn now to speak to future Alaskans and speak for the salmon we hope to entrust to them.
I’m supporting Jesse Kiehl for Senate for a couple reasons. At a time when our Juneau delegation is all new, Kiehl brings the experience of… Continue reading
Imagine what would happen if Election Day fell on Halloween.
My journey with the effects of crime began in November 2016 when our Juneau car was stolen and spray painted red. The response from the… Continue reading