Fun Stuff

How Alaska Candidates Can Engage Millenials

This is an interesting article on how political campaigns can reach millennials. The Alaska Dispatch News is already offering sponsored content and the Alaska Republican Party and Alaska State Senate Majority are renting wholesale their own plausible deniability based blogs, but we have yet to see anyone target millennials with native ads.






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Local Politics

APOC Drops $91,500 In Fines On Three Assembly Candidates

The Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) staff is recommending the agency drop the hammer on three candidates from last spring’s Anchorage Assembly elections, issuing fines totaling $91,500. On August 1st, Terre Gales, Adam Trombley, and Treg Taylor all received fines of over $1,000 according to documents from the state agency that monitors campaign finance laws.






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State Politics

Dems Line Up Against Walker On PFD Veto

Alaska Democrats appear to have found what they think is a winning position on a winning issue for the upcoming November elections. They are now the positioning themselves as the only protectors of your PFD left out there.






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The Feds