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Uncertainty hangs over the Capitol.
Three former state employees filed lawsuits today.
New governor, new cabinet.
Former state Senate President Ben Stevens was once a subject of a corruption investigation by federal authorities.
The Republican governor’s office announced that Doug Vincent-Lang would take the job.
Going back to the problems we had before one side thinks they solved them isn’t “doing things differently.”
Dunleavy’s transition team said Friday that it sent an email to all state employees who serve at the pleasure of the governor asking them to resign and to reapply for their positions.
Dunleavy is gearing up to consider some constitutional reforms.
Most of Alaska’s previous governors took their oaths in Juneau.
Thank you, Alaska. Debra Call and I are honored by every vote we earned and are humbled by all the Alaskans we had the opportunity… Continue reading
A former governor is also joining Dunleavy’s team.
Dunleavy repeatedly used the phrase “open for business.”
The two major candidates for governor, Mark Begich and Mike Dunleavy, have different philosophies on how to tackle our structural budget deficit. Begich would draw… Continue reading
I like Mike Dunleavy. I’ve considered him a friend. But Dunleavy for Alaska is running an ad that makes it seem I’m supporting him. I… Continue reading
The candidates’ plans for the Permanent Fund differ sharply.
The electoral fight over Ballot Measure 1 is the most expensive state-level campaign in Alaska history, according to new filings from the Alaska Public Offices… Continue reading
The governor race between Mike Dunleavy and Mark Begich is tighter than ever. A new tracking poll from Alaska Survey Research shows the two leading… Continue reading
Mike Dunleavy is hard-working, honest, intelligent, trustworthy and the man we need as governor of Alaska. I met Dunleavy at a friend’s house in Kotzebue… Continue reading
Walker’s PFD “tax” has hit those in the lower income range hardest.