There are 40 companies or individuals who’ve given at least $10,000 to independent expenditure campaigns targeting this year’s elections. Here’s who they are and what they’re supporting.
Inside the Numbers
Overall spending is down from 2014, but groups are already getting more involved in candidate races.
A deep dive into the fundraising of the leading candidates for Alaska’s governor and lieutenant governor.
80 percent of Bristol Bay region residents say they fear Pebble Mine would harm fishing.
Alaskans say they’d think less of Murkowski if she votes on a Supreme Court replacement without knowing their position on the abortion rights case.
Begich and Walker would both with head-to-head races with Dunleavy, according to the poll.
Both Walker and Begich still trail Dunleavy in a three-way race.
More than $600,000 has already been spent supporting Mike Dunleavy, while $0 have been reported for Walker and Begich.
The polling seems to confirm what many have thought about the likely result of a three-way race for governor.
But when asked about their own legislator, about one in two voters were happy.