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I attended the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention on Friday and watched with great sadness as Gov. Bill Walker announced the suspension of his campaign.… Continue reading
For less government, Mike Dunleavy is the clear choice for governor.
One of the best-kept secrets of this — or any — Alaska election season is the incredible amount of information that Alaska voters have in… Continue reading
2018 is the year of women in politics.
The Democratic mantra demonizing Republicans as racist misogynists doesn’t bring us closer — it only divides us further.
Alaska is the last bastion for Pacific salmon.
A yes vote is a vote for mob rule.
The Walker-Mallott administration ushered in a new era of tribal-state relations.
I’m concerned about the gubernatorial race and the course it may set us on. I know Mike Dunleavy is the tallest and we’re supposed to… Continue reading
Compromise is essential for governance; gerrymandering makes that compromise less likely to happen.
Numbers don’t make good campaign slogans.
The candidates spoke in particular about Alaska’s youngest and oldest residents.
Tune in at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Having been in IT for over two decades, I have seen the birth and explosion of the internet. I have run my own website from… Continue reading
This is my first time voting in a state election.
The Juneau Empire, along with the League of Women Voters of Juneau, Juneau Votes! and KTOO, is aiming to get local voters ready for the… Continue reading
Results are still unofficial, as election will be certified Tuesday.
Legislative hopefuls gathered at the Juneau Chamber of Commerce’s forum Thursday.
This weekend is the last chance for people to register to vote, and doing so in Juneau just became easier.
Tuesday’s gubernatorial forum was almost more about who wasn’t there than it was about who was there.