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Candidates and supporters plot door-knocking, phone-banking and sign-waving for last-minute frenzy.
Senator discusses energy, earmarks and last-minute campaigning during unscheduled stop in Juneau.
Half of 30,000 ballots during first week of early arrive via mail, requests far above 2018 midterms
Murkowski and Tshibaka attack each other as liars and extremists, Chesbro stays relatively low-key
Former chair of Congressman’s campaign says staff ignored calls to watch TV, let lobbyists pen bills
Two-term Democratic state Rep. Sara Hannan faces low-profile challenger Darrell Harmon
Candidates for statewide office fielded questions from the Empire.
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Candidates discuss Arctic security, climate change and public safety at AFN debate
Four contenders at AFN debate see different fixes for public safety, prison deaths and housing
ANCHORAGE — A Republican gubernatorial candidate in Alaska faces accusations he sexually harassed a former assistant while he was a borough mayor. The lawsuit filed… Continue reading
Democratic incumbent Mary Peltola takes on three conservative challengers at friendly AFN convention
AFN audience greeted U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski with a standing ovation.
Four-term U.S. senator who won 2010 write-in campaign again facing strong challenge from the right
Friday figures have City Hall debt voted down, real estate ordinance repeal OK’d .
Democrat a longshot in U.S. Senate race, but one of her Republican opponents needs her voters to win
Weighty words ranging from seabeds to outer space.
D.C. group spends on ballot measure, Dunleavy has big cash advantage in governor’s race.
Alaska Native Democrat, facing likely GOP majority, says she’s ready to follow Young’s path to success