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Murkowski and Peltola have plenty of funds left over after heavy spending sprees to end elections
Three pending races among unknowns that may again drag fight out for months.
Senate District E race and the House District 15 race.
State has reelected executives at lowest rate in the nation.
A post-certification precinct-by-precinct breakdown of statewide race results.
Longtime private attorney appointed to court in 2012 expects to continue predecessor’s approach.
Alaska certain to revive the debate during coming months as many nationwide hail it as a success.
Ranked choice results mean legislative leadership future is unclear.
Little drama expected in U.S. House and Senate races, but state legislative leadership a toss-up
Southeast Alaska voters give U.S. Senate incumbent the lead; Peltola, Duneavy also solidify grasps
Peltola, Murkowski and Dunleavy likely to prevail when ranked choice ballots are tallied Nov. 23
Here’s how we voted.
Dunleavy’s reelection all but official, while Tshibaka and Palin prepare to fight over “shenanigans”
Voters lean both left and right, with a lot to be decided in two weeks, in ranked choice election
WASHINGTON — Republicans inched closer to a narrow House majority Wednesday, while control of the Senate hinged on a few tight races in a midterm… Continue reading
Outcomes much closer in the state’s Third Judicial District.
More to come, but no set schedule, per Division of Elections.
WASHINGTON — Control of Congress hung in the balance early Wednesday, with both parties notching victories in some of the most competitive races in a… Continue reading
Many winners of Alaska’s first ranked-choice general election won’t be known until Thanksgiving
From “advance voting” to “too close to call.”