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The Democratic Party’s “Year of the Woman” arrived in Juneau on Tuesday. According to preliminary tallies by the Alaska Division of Elections, Sara Hannan has… Continue reading
I support Alyse Galvin in the Aug. 21 primary and her attempt to unseat U.S. Rep. Don Young as Alaska’s representative to Congress. I like… Continue reading
The race for the Areawide seat on the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly is already down to two candidates. Andy Hughes dropped out of… Continue reading
Aug. 21 is the primary election and Alaskans, particularly Independents and Republics, have a hard choice in front of them. Mark Begich will win the… Continue reading
Alaska’s statewide primary election isn’t until Tuesday, but in Juneau, candidates appear to already be looking ahead to November’s general election. According to the latest… Continue reading
Tom Morphet used to write the news. Now, he’s trying to make it.
It started with a march, and now it’s a run.
The Alaska Supreme Court on Wednesday approved the Stand for Salmon ballot initiative for this fall’s elections, but not before deleting some provisions that violate the Alaska Constitution.
Andi Story was tired of spending time in the Capitol, so she decided to do something that may have her spending much more time there.… Continue reading
One of four candidates in the Democratic primary for House District 33 is dropping out of the race. James Hart of Haines told the Empire… Continue reading
Correction: Handy was one of several team leaders with Juneau Mountain Rescue, not the organization’s sole leader. Steve Handy used to climb mountains for a… Continue reading
In the Mendenhall Valley, Rob Edwardson is looking to pick up where Rep. Justin Parish, D-Juneau, is leaving off.
Rep. Don Young was greeted by frequent applause as he spoke in an hourlong lunchtime forum at Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall on Wednesday. At the talk,… Continue reading
School board member Josh Keaton will not run for re-election, he announced by email Thursday, making him the second of two incumbents to drop out… Continue reading
The Alaska Division of Elections is in the middle of preparations for this fall’s statewide primary and general elections, but in a meeting Wednesday, the… Continue reading
Proponents of the pro-fisheries Ballot Measure 1 are fighting back after a Friday legislative hearing that saw state officials discuss the costs and consequences of… Continue reading
Downtown Juneau has the candidates, but the Mendenhall Valley has the money. With 30 days to go before the Aug. 21 statewide primary, new reports… Continue reading