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Elected official that is.
Next update Oct. 16.
Another 1,950 added to Friday’s numbers.
With voting closed, the waiting begins.
Municipal election day is Tuesday.
Over 3,000 ballots were recieved by Thursday.
Can I get a witness? CBJ says you don’t need one.
Find out more about the races, candidates and issues shaping this year’s election.
All but one are millennials.
‘We believe in the individual.’
What to expect when you’re electing.
2018 race was decided by seven percentage points.
A large number of requested mail-in ballots could mean some races won’t be settled on election night
This year’s fish fight is already half as expensive as the 2014 ballot battle over Alaska’s oil and gas tax system. According to new filings… Continue reading
In the first week of July 1776, John Adams sat down to write a letter to his wife about the Continental Congress’ recent adoption of… Continue reading
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Begich made a campaign stop Thursday in Juneau, speaking to about 45 people at the local IBEW union hall. As attendees… Continue reading
The Alaska Public Offices Commission may approve a legal opinion today that could encourage University of Alaska professors to run for state office. In March,… Continue reading
Former Alaska legislator Zach Fansler has officially dropped out of the race for Democratic primary for House District 38. Fansler sent a letter to Division… Continue reading
Some of Alaska’s biggest mines are putting more money into their fight against a pro-fisheries ballot initiative scheduled for this fall’s general election. According to… Continue reading
Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott on Friday removed a ballot measure from this fall’s statewide election, citing a “substantially similar” bill approved by the Alaska Legislature… Continue reading