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Kathryn Dodge said she disagreed with decisions the Division of Elections made on some ballots.
LeBon picked up two votes during the recount.
It’s a sign that every vote does count.
Democrat Kathryn Dodge and Republican Bart LeBon both have 2,661 votes, a tally that didn’t change after Friday’s review in Juneau.
To some, Walker was a cool-headed leader who was dealt a bad hand and did what he thought was best for Alaska. For others, he was the guy who stole their dividend check.
Republican Bart LeBon and Democrat Kathryn Dodge vie to succeed Rep. Scott Kawasaki in Fairbanks.
John MacKinnon is the outgoing executive director of the Associated General Contractors of Alaska.
Smoking downtown will be tougher.
Dunleavy’s transition team said Friday that it sent an email to all state employees who serve at the pleasure of the governor asking them to resign and to reapply for their positions.
Republicans have maintained control of the Alaska Senate and chose Sen. Cathy Giessel of Anchorage to be the new president of the chamber. Giessel would… Continue reading
A new conflict-of-interest law covers discussions behind closed doors, not just public debate.
A slideshow of images of Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott since 2010. Contact staff photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262 and email@example.com.… Continue reading
Lawmakers and Alaskans frustrated by rising crime rates gathered in Anchorage Saturday for an extended forum to vent their frustrations with Alaska’s criminal justice system.… Continue reading
Most say they are in favor of state abortion rights if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
The candidates spoke in particular about Alaska’s youngest and oldest residents.
Tune in at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
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
A black bear caused a brief stir in downtown Juneau on Thursday afternoon after it wandered onto the front steps of the Alaska Capitol, meandered… Continue reading