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Vote for the fish on Nov. 6 because they can’t vote for themselves. The foundation of our ecosystem and our economy is salmon. The seafood… Continue reading
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
For Sara Hannan, there is a night in Vladivostok that she’ll always remember.
Mike Dunleavy still leads the race to become Alaska’s next governor, latest poll shows.
The House District 34 candidate believes making good decisions involves bringing as many ideas into play as possible.
Begich praised Walker’s decision. Dunleavy didn’t say the incumbent’s name.
Incumbent independent throws support behind Democratic candidate Mark Begich.
The Alaska Division of Elections is seeking poll workers in a Yukon River village that failed to turn in any ballots for the August statewide… Continue reading
Byron Mallott is usually one of the first early voters when polls open at the State Office Building. This year, the first person in line… Continue reading
Juneau voters don’t have to wait until the Nov. 6 General Election to cast ballots. Starting today, they can do so during business hours at… Continue reading
Before the start of her town hall meeting, Alyse Galvin led her audience in a team-building exercise. “I’m going to need everyone to move about… Continue reading
Jesse Kiehl has worked in the Alaska Senate for 18 years. Now, he’s trying to become a senator. During a year in which none of… Continue reading
Alaska’s population is the most spread out of all the fifty states at one person per square mile. We are diverse, and we are separated… Continue reading
I met Andi Story the first time my family and I attended Northern Light Church. I chose this church because of its strong commitment to… Continue reading
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
Gov. Walker describes comments to AP an ‘inappropriate overture to a woman.’
Mallott resigned. Now what?
The Democratic mantra demonizing Republicans as racist misogynists doesn’t bring us closer — it only divides us further.
Chris Dimond remembers the moment he realized he was an alcoholic.
A representative of oil giant ConocoPhillips voiced opposition to Ballot Measure 1 at a Juneau Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Thursday. Ballot Measure 1, known… Continue reading