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What’s next for the most debated bills pending in the Legislature?
Education funding increase, “parental rights” and other proposals will resurface next year.
Will elections bills get a vote this session?
Repeal of ranked choice voting appears doomed to defeat, far-ranging procedural changes still viable
Almost half of midterm voters cast ballots early or by mail
Unusual dynamics drove midterm turnout last year…
City moves to make vote-by-mail elections the default in Juneau
The ordinances are set to be introduced in May and open for public hearing in June.
Biden announces 2024 reelection bid
“Let’s finish this job,” he said.
State may end membership in voter anti-fraud organization
Group falsely attacked by Trump is costly, better options may exist, new elections director says
Pro-ranked choice petition launched
Signatures sought to persuade Legislature not to overturn RCV and open primaries.
Former Senate president now Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor
Peter Micciche is the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s new mayor.
Former state Senate president leads in Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor race
A runoff is still possible with 1,700 ballots uncounted.
Recount reaffirms former senate president as winner of Anchorage-area race
Cathy Giessel won her bid for a state Senate seat.
New state voter fraud units finding few cases from midterms
That’s what election experts expected. Critics suggest units more about politics than finding fraud.
Constitutional convention debate comes to Kenai
Alaskans will be asked on the Nov. 8 general election ballot: “Shall there be a constitutional convention?”
Gara and Walker face off at forum
The two, who found common ground on some issues, took aim at Dunleavy
Independent candidate talks Senate bid
Gungurstein shares policy vision, vague details of past.
Judge orders board adopt interim redistricting map
The decision comes in a second round of redistricting challenges.
From gardener to government: Jeff Lowenfels seeks House seat
Long legal career.
‘No drama’ Brelsford running for Congress
Former Republican running as an undeclared candidate touts civic experience
Alaska Redistricting Board adopts new maps after court order
The Alaska Redistricting Board adopted the plan, 3-2.
In governor’s race, Gara says he stands apart
Equality of opportunity.
Democratic state senator files to unseat Murkowski
“Alaskans have a choice now.”