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Former state lawmaker and corrections commissioner joins fellow Republican Nick Begich in race.
The dust has finally settled on Juneau’s recent municipal election, and there’s an expectation that our Assembly will start conducting its business more transparently and… Continue reading
Preliminary results of municipal election expected to be announced late Tuesday night.
Spending 9/11 with Biden, being top target of GOP now part of job while dealing with family matters.
11 of 14 contenders for four seats get extra time to respond to some tough questioning.
This article has been updated to replace an incorrect image purportedly depicting the proposed new City Hall. We’ve been reading with interest various opinions about… Continue reading
School board candidates agree on much, foes on City Hall ballot measure agree on little during forum
Funding and curriculum dominate education discussion, city’s actions and needs focus of ballot issue.
Watch the forum for Board of Education candidates and pro/con arguments of the City Hall ballot initiative
School board candidates discuss funding, curriculum; City Hall portion shows vastly different views.
Backers of an effort to repeal ranked voting in Alaska violated state campaign finance rules, including by channeling money through a church-affiliated organization in a… Continue reading
Cruise ship limits, homelessness, child care shortages and renewable energy among issues discussed.
14 candidates discuss cruise tourism, homelessness, child care and proposed new City Hall.
Alaska Lt. Gov. Nancy Dahlstrom on Friday approved two ballot measures and disqualified a third from advancing into the signature-gathering phase. The approved measures would… Continue reading
Wages, affordable housing, other possible remedies for workforce shortages discussed by 13 hopefuls.
Staff for the Alaska Public Offices Commission have recommended a $16,450 fine against Preserve Democracy, a group led by former U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka.… Continue reading
Alaska Supreme Court ruled in 1994 legislative term limits require a constitutional amendment.
After a year of controversies, 14 people seek four Assembly seats, four seek two school board seats.
Former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka among targets
Lt. Gov. Dahlstrom has until early September to certify proposals for petition-gathering stage
Four organizations and two people leading repeal effort accused of “laundering donations”
Other states are leaving ERIC, often based on unfounded 2020 election allegations