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House majority, minority taking shape.
Partisan politics be damned.
Speaker nominations fail, again.
Lawmakers caution constituents of inevitable budget cuts.
Some representatives confident education cut won’t happen.
The clock is ticking.
It will be Dunleavy’s first state of the state.
Electing a permanent Speaker of the House remains elusive.
More House drama.
Until a majority is formed, the House will be at a standstill.
Sexual assault is a common focus of proposed legislation.
The Democrat has won the race.
Correction: The previous version of this article included a reference to Kathryn Dodge when it should have referred to Bart LeBon in possible electoral outcomes.… Continue reading
New tally could decide two key races for control of the Legislature.
All eyes are on Fairbanks.
Walker’s first endorsement was of another independent candidate.
The electoral fight over Ballot Measure 1 is the most expensive state-level campaign in Alaska history, according to new filings from the Alaska Public Offices… Continue reading
Gov. Bill Walker is out of his race for re-election, but he is jumping into others.
For Sara Hannan, there is a night in Vladivostok that she’ll always remember.
Walking from house to house during his legislative campaign, Jerry Nankervis faces a perpetual guessing game. When the door opens, will it be someone he… Continue reading