Thursday night Hillary Clintonâ€™s campaign opened their Alaska caucus campaign headquarters in Anchorage. About 40 people watched as former Lt. Governor Stephen McAlpine, filling in for former Governor Bill Sheffield, spoke to christen the offices.
A group funded by the Rasmuson Foundation called P4A – CopyPlan4Alaska today unveiled a state budget modeling tool to help citizens understand the massive deficit the state faces.
With the 2016 primary election campaign in full swing, three-fourths of Americans (73 percent) report they are following news about it closely with the economy/jobs currently being the most important issue to voters in the upcoming presidential election (27 percent).
I know this is going to sound like heresy given the times we Alaskans find ourselves, but there is a real public good argument to be made that its time the state of Alaska ran the presidential primaries.
South Anchorage Assembly candidate Treg Taylor posted his first campaign ad online this morning.
Alaska Republicans will elect a new party chairman at their convention in Fairbanks, April 28-30. In the last two days two people have announced their candidacy to replace outgoing Chairman Peter Goldberg, who recently announced he would not be seeking re-election.